The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that American Municipal Services Corporation and its owners, Lawrence Bergman and Gregory Pitchford, have agreed to stop engaging in allegedly illegal collection tactics.
Missouri has taken a step to move St. Louis off the top spot of the American Tort Reform Association's 2016 Judicial Hellholes list. Gov. Eric Greitens recently signed into law a bill that would raise the standard of expert witnesses allowed to testify in cases in the state.
Attorneys continue to square off in a class action lawsuit brought against California's SquareTrade Inc. that alleges the company deceived consumers with a fraudulent protection plan sold on Amazon.com.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently announced that King-Lar, a custom sheet metal and HVAC work company based in Decatur, Ill., will pay $325,000 over allegations of federal discrimination.
An elderly woman whose jewelry and prescription medication was stolen after hiring an in-home care company had her case heard on appeal by the Alaska Supreme Court, who annulled the superior court’s decision and remanded the case back to the lower court for further proceedings.
A Sacramento man sued an online IT training company under California’s Automatic Purchase Renewals Statute (CAPRS) and the Unfair Competition Law (UCL), but the case was dismissed for misinterpretation of the statute and failure to establish a legitimate right of action.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey recently announced that her office has sued Sean Blair, the operator of a construction, excavation and septic installation business, for allegations of altering and filling protected wetlands in violation of state law.
Consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against Walgreen Co. and Walgreens Boot Alliance Inc. pharmacy, citing alleged fraud, negligent misrepresentation and unfair competition over inflated prescription drug costs.
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said his office has filed complaints in Thurston County Superior Court against state Sen. Sam Hunt and against the Thurston County Democratic Central Committee, alleging deficient campaign finance reports.
ATLANTA (Legal Newsline) – The Supreme Court of Georgia has ruled that internet radio services are similar enough to AM/FM services to allow an exemption to the state's Criminal Reproduction and Sale of Recorded Material statute.