Debt Collectors Sued | States Object to Proposed Fed Banking Rule | States Move to Stop USPS Changes


Illinois

24 Democratic Attorneys General Object to Proposed Banking Rule, Alleging It Will Allow “Rent-a-Bank” Schemes

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Privacy v. Contact Tracing Apps | Fracking Pollution Criminal Charges | Loans at 251% Interest


Illinois

Attorneys General Help Constituents Through the COVID-19-Related Economic Crisis

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Vacationers Beware: Timeshare Exit Companies May Be Scammers, not Saviors


Illinois

Alternative Retail Energy Provider Loses Spark: Sued for Allegedly Defrauding Illinois Consumers Out of $77 Million

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Bank in CFPB Crosshairs for Allegedly Failing to Properly Manage and Respond to Customer Credit Card Disputes


Illinois

Bipartisan Coalition of 23 Attorneys General Files an Amicus Brief in Support of FTC’s Ability to Seek Restitution for Victims of Deceptive Trade Practices

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Massachusetts Attorney General Alleges Chipotle Served Up a Side Order of Wage and Hour Violations, Reaches $2 Million Settlement


Illinois

Bipartisan Coalition of 23 Attorneys General Argue Against Rule Alleged to Weaken States’ Ability to Enforce Usury Laws

Bipartisan Coalition of 24 Attorneys General Files an Amicus Brief in Support of SEC’s Ability to Seek Disgorgement from Fraudsters

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The State AG Report Weekly Update September 19, 2019


Illinois

Illinois Attorney General Settles with Chemical Company Over Alleged Chemical Releases and Permit Violations

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The State AG Report Weekly Update August 22, 2019


Illinois

Illinois Attorney General Settles with Alternative Energy Suppliers Over Allegedly Aggressive and Deceptive Sales, Telemarketing, and Door-to-Door Practices

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The State AG Report Weekly Update August 1, 2019


Illinois

3 Attorneys General to Investigate Financial Institution Over Data Breach

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