JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood recently joined 16 other attorneys general urging the the U.S. Department of Transportation to reverse its decision on the withdrawal of the Transparency of Airline Ancillary Service Fees rule established last year.
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin has joined seven other attorneys general in filing a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), seeking to force the agency to protect upwind states from downwind state's pollution, in accordance with the Clean Air Act.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is ordering Citibank NA, to pay $3.75 million in compensation to consumers as well as pay a $2.75 million civil penalty for illegal student loan servicing practices.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued Xerox Business Services LLC, now Conduent Business Services, a $1.1 million civil penalty for its failed software, which allegedly led to incorrect consumer information being sent to credit reporting agencies.
LA JOLLA - A 2012 climate change conference in La Jolla, Calif., was designed to impose a uniform perspective on climate policy that has resulted in abuses of government power, according to a major oil producer that says it's been unfairly targeted.
NEW YORK — The Hilton Domestic Operating Company Inc., has reached a $700,000 settlement with the New York Attorney General’s Office for two data breaches that occurred in 2015 exposing more than 350,000 credit card numbers.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Red Ventures and Bankrate have agreed to a divestiture of Bankrate’s caring.com business unit as part of a settlement for Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges against the two company’s $1.4 billion merger.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reached a $1.4 million settlement agreement with a Southern California auto dealership group for allegedly misrepresenting consumer’s costs to finance or lease a vehicle.
BUFFALO — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed a lawsuit against a Buffalo-Niagara area home improvement contractor, alleging violation of a court order by operating illegally under a different business name.
FORT WORTH, Texas (Legal Newsline) - Some government officials in California are hypocrites pushing a political agenda that involves using private lawyers to sue and demonize ExxonMobil, the company is now arguing in a Texas state court.