John Suthers WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Lobbying of state attorneys-general by both corporate and legal interests has increased significantly since the major state-based lawsuits of the late 1990s, according to Stateline.org.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn.- Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal took his gripe with Connecticut Light & Power to the state Legislature Tuesday, claiming the utility owes consumers an apology.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Despite an agreement with the federal Department of Justice, a group of state attorneys general have been arguing that Microsoft still possesses a monopoly in the world of personal computer operating systems.
HARTFORD, Conn. - Wednesday's decision by the Federal Aviation Agency to reroute airplanes over the southern part of the state upset a lot of powerful people in Connecticut, including Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.
Coakley BOSTON - The company blamed for a fatal tunnel collapse during Boston's ongoing roadway construction project says Attorney General Martha Coakley is looking for a scapegoat and trying to scare other companies into settlements.
Justice Annette Ziegler MADISON -- The latest member of the Wisconsin Supreme Court must have breathed a sigh of relief at the punishment she finally faces before comfortably settling onto the top bench.
Justice Maureen O'Connor COLUMBUS, Ohio - Businesses may be sued, as long as it is not by other businesses, under the state's Consumer Sales Practice Act, the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously decided Wednesday.
Top row, L to R: Justice Roberto A. Rivera-Soto; Justice Barry T. Albin; Justice John E. Wallace, Jr.; Justice Helen E. Hoens; Front row, L to R: Justice Virginia Long; Chief Justice James R. Zazzali; Justice Jaynee LaVecchia. TRENTON, N.J. - Third-party payors may not create a nationwide class intended to group claims against Merck & Co., the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously decided Thursday.
Chief Justice Gerry Alexander OLYMPIA -- The Washington Supreme Court waved through a controversial ballot title aimed at requiring a two-thirds majority for state tax increases in a high-profile ruling Friday.
Cuomo NEW YORK - An energy company hoping to construct a power line through upstate New York is arguing that it has been harmed by state law, and state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo wants the lawsuit dismissed.