Gansler BALTIMORE - In leading a national effort of state attorneys general, Maryland's Doug Gansler recently filed two actions against a tobacco company he says has violated the terms of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson AUSTIN -- Lawyers and consumer activists have begun to mobilize against a landmark Texas bill aimed at streamlining the state's confusingly multi-layered court system.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Claiming there are offers that dwarf the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum's, Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper recently said he couldn't allow Fisk University to grant the museum exclusive rights to purchase artwork by O'Keeffe herself.
Dann CLEVELAND - Insurance brokerage Marsh & McLennan will turn over 614 boxes of subpoenaed information to Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann by the end of the month after signing a stipulated order.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - After filing a brief in the Town of Berlin's lawsuit against a sex-themed shop, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Wednesday discovered that he will be permitted
Richard Scruggs' attack ad on Insurance Commissioner George Dale A prominent plaintiffs attorney with ties to the Mississippi Attorney General's office recently took out a full-page ad in the Jackson Clarion-Ledger depicting state Insurance Commissioner George Dale as a pig wearing lipstick.
Pariente TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Claiming jurisdiction was carelessly granted to do so, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday decided that it would not answer a certified question regarding an employer's liability for punitive damages.