Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman said the new charge stems from a “secrecy oath” signed by Kathleen Kane that was found during a search of the attorney general’s offices last month.
News from October 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder has chosen Joan Larsen to fill the vacancy left by former Justice Mary Beth Kelly.
A Kazakh businessman, who has played a part in filing nearly half-a-dozen racketeering and defamation lawsuits in U.S. federal courts in recent years, is at it again -- this time accusing the owner and operators of various websites of defamation.
Bill Sorrell, who was appointed to the office in 1997, has run for and won re-election a record nine times.
Some asbestos law firms are being dragged into racketeering lawsuits against their colleagues. Now that a federal judge has affirmed its right to do so, Garlock Sealing Technologies recently issued subpoenas to 29 law firms, including Baron & Budd, Brayton Purcell and Williams Kherker Hart Boundas.
Under the agreement announced this week, the two companies will dismiss all pending patent infringement litigation between them.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Legal News Line) – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Tuesday changes to mortgage regulations to ensure responsible lending by small creditors.
An investor is suing Chrysler, alleging public misrepresentations or omissions of the company's value by the defendant.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking for fair use of public data shared by businesses that can potentially harm consumers when reported inaccurately.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has asked a federal judge to halt the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new water rule that expands the federal governments jurisdiction over navigable waters under the Clean Water Act.
U.S. Sen. Chris Coons and U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie will take questions on the PATENT Act and Innovation Act as part of a Google Hangout next week.
Measles has not been an epidemic in the United States since the beginning of the twenty-first century, but the Global Virus Network (GVN) warned of a startling rise in cases detected in the first eight months of 2013.
The committee was formed to keep the Attorney General's Office abreast of important labor issues in the District.
The Attorney General's Office will receive $1.2 million from the deal.
The Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania will pay $430,000 to consumers and the state of Massachusetts.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said a $400,000 settlement has been reached with the alleged participants. The scam allegedly involved mortgage leasebacks.
The federal government has intervened in a lawsuit filed against Stone County Hospital for allegedly abusing Medicare regulations set for rural critical care institutions.
Eric Schneiderman wants the federal agency to require child-resistant packaging and health warnings on e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine.
Florida-based Annual Business Services allegedly violated state law by sending advertisements that appear to come from a government source.
According to Attorney General Kathleen Kane, the office's Bureau of Consumer Protection receives more than 30,000 complaints a year.