Dickson INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Supreme Court decided Tuesday that several power companies currently fighting a federal lawsuit are not entitled to reimbursement for their attorneys fees from their insurance companies.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - Claiming they violated state law by making telemarketing calls to individuals on the do-not-call list, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal filed suit Thursday against three companies.
Justice Louis B. Butler MADISON -- Last month's Wisconsin Supreme Court election that replaced Jon P. Wilcox with controversial fellow-conservative Annette Ziegler is rumored to have cost over $6 million.
Lynch PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Though it is unclear what will happen if it doesn't comply, the Rhode Island Airport Corp. has until Friday to provide Attorney General Patrick Lynch with an air quality-monitoring plan.
Justice Scott Brister AUSTIN -- The Texas Supreme Court has reinstated the class certification in a class-action lawsuit brought by the state attorney general against a major insurer threatening to leave the state.
Cuomo NEW YORK - On the same day he bashed the federal government for not enforcing regulations regarding the student loan industry, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo applauded his own state's legislature for passing measures of its own.
Kelly LANSING, Mich. - The state's statute of limitations expired before a plaintiff's attorney could correct naming the wrong plaintiff, the Michigan Supreme Court recently said in affirming a motion dismissing the case.
McDonnell RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell said Thursday that he is troubled by the U.S. Department of Energy's recent announcement that will site electronic transmission lines in parts of Northern Virginia.
Gansler ANNAPOLIS, Md. - For allegedly collecting a medical malpractice surcharge, a Maryland medical group will pay restitution to those charged under a settlement reached with Attorney General Doug Gansler.