Whistleblower Leads to Shutdown of Infosys’ Alleged System for Avoiding California Taxes


Consumer Protection

Phantom Debts Result in Real Liability for Allegedly Crooked Debt Collectors (Read More)



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


Consumer Protection

Washington Attorney General First '€œHonest Fees Initiative'€ Case Nets $6.1 Million Settlement With CenturyLink for Allegedly Inaccurate Disclosure of Fees  (Read More)



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


Consumer Protection

When '€œFree'€ Trials Come With Strings Attached: Attorneys General Ask FTC to Look Into Deceptive Negative Option Marketing (Read More)



New York AG Takes Up Whistleblower’s Allegation that All May Not Be Picture-Perfect with B&H Foto & Electronics


Consumer Protection

How to Stop Kids from Vaping? California and New York Sue E-Cigarette Manufacturer for Allegedly Enticing Minors Through Deceptive Advertising (Read More)



How Did A Hacker Allegedly Access A Million Customers’ Personal Data? Let the FTC Count the Ways.


Consumer Protection

Debt Collector Agrees to Pay $4 Million and Change Its Collection Practices to Resolve Massachusetts Attorney General Probe (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update November 7, 2019


Consumer Protection

Missouri Attorney General Sues Telemarketer for Allegedly Calling No-Call List Registrants (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update October 24, 2019


Consumer Protection

42 Attorneys General Reach Settlement with Medical Device Company Over Allegedly Deceptive Advertising of Transvaginal Mesh Devices (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update October 10, 2019


Consumer Protection

New York Attorney General Sues Student Loan Servicer Over Allegedly Deceptive Administration of Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (Read More)