LANSING, Mich. - Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox on Monday filed a petition with the state's Public Service Commission urging it to hear more arguments before it makes a decision on the proposed sale of the Palisades nuclear power plant.
McGraw CHARLESTON - An annual legislative hearing to outline Attorney General Darrell McGraw's budget proposal turned into an impromptu questioning of the office's use of outside counsel and handling of money received from settlements and verdicts.
DOVER, Del. - The Delaware Supreme Court on Friday decided that a man who was crushed between a truck and excavation machine did not suffer brain damages and denied his claim for additional Workers' Compensation benefits.
Crist TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who served as the state's attorney general from 2003-2007, has taken away insurance companies' right to drop their policyholders, or raise their rates.
Sorrell MONTPELIER, Vt. - In releasing a report on alleged lead poisoning in Vermont, Attorney General William Sorrell said the effects lead is having on the state's children will cost them $80 million in lost earnings over their lifetimes.
Hood JACKSON, Miss. - Months after Mississippi State Auditor Phil Bryant determined a $4.2 million payment partially funded by Attorney General Jim Hood to the state's Children's Justice Center was improper, the center on Friday gave the money back to the state.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler, helping to fulfill his campaign promise of attacking alleged polluters of the Chesapeake Bay, announced the appointment of Erin Fitzsimmons as his Special Assistant for the Environment on Monday.
JACKSON, Miss. -- The personal injury case of a woman involved in a wreck with a laundry company's vehicle recently provided the Mississippi Supreme Court the perfect opportunity to polish its stance on additurs and remittiturs.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - According to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, the "pay-to-play" principle of business extends beyond the insurance companies against which he has so actively litigated.
Justice Ronnie White JEFFERSON CITY -- Returns from the sale and liquidation of a company are not considered "business income" and therefore not subject to business income taxation, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled today.
Missouri Supreme Court building JEFFERSON CITY -- Injured drivers are entitled to sue their insurers for excess coverage if their policy has an "other insurance" clause, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled today in Tamara Seeck vs. GEICO General Insurance Co. (# SC7995).