AG Investigates Nursing Homes | FTC Sends More COVID-19 Warning Letters | Zoom Agrees to Enhance Security


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Medical Fraud Is Serious Business: Doctor Agrees to Pay $2.85 Million Restitution for Ordering Unnecessary Tests

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AGs’ COVID-19-Related Resources | Nursing Homes Investigated | Anticompetitive Conduct in Labor Markets


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Safety on the Bus: Washington AG Sues Greyhound for Allegedly Allowing Warrantless CBP Immigration Sweeps

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COVID-19-Related Fraud | Stay-at-Home Orders Enforced| AGs Support Suits Where Injuries Occurred


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Attorneys General and Federal Agencies Battle a Flood of COVID-19-Related Fraud, Fake Medicines, and Price Gouging

Fake Treatments

Price Gouging

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AGs and COVID-19 | Face-Mapping | 3D Printed Guns


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Attorneys General on the Front Line Against Coronavirus-Related Scams

3D-Printed Gun Files Remain Off the Internet … For Now

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Attorneys General Convince Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons to Discard “No-Poaching” Provisions from Their Franchising Contracts


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CenturyLink Agrees to Pay Nearly $11 Million to Settle Suit over Marketing and Billing Practices

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


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

Bipartisan Group of 42 AGs Supports Congress’ Effort to Stop Companies from Forum-Shopping When Filing for Bankruptcy

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Payment Processor Caught in the Web of Allegedly Illegal “Free Trial” Scheme


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If You Are a Hospital in Washington State, Charity Is Not Just Good for the Soul but Required by Law

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University of Phoenix’s Wings Clipped with $191 Million Settlement over Allegedly Deceptive Marketing


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Washington Attorney General First “Honest Fees Initiative” Case Nets $6.1 Million Settlement With CenturyLink for Allegedly Inaccurate Disclosure of Fees 

Candidate Activity in Indiana and Washington Is Picking Up Ahead of Next Year’s Elections; Kentucky Attorney-General Elect to Take Office Early

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When “Free” Trials Come With Strings Attached: Attorneys General Ask FTC to Look Into Deceptive Negative Option Marketing


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Do Not Use Your Charity’s Funds to Pay Your Personal Cable TV Bills

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