District of Columbia Attorney General Hits Two Employers for $500,000 over Alleged Wage Theft


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District of Columbia Attorney General Hits Two Employers for $500,000 over Alleged Wage Theft (Read More)



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


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Whistleblower Leads to Shutdown of Infosys' Alleged System for Avoiding California Taxes (Read More)



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


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Attorneys General Argue for Limiting the Use of Non-Compete Clauses in Letter to FTC (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update October 31, 2019


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Ten Attorneys General File Amicus Brief in Support of Continuing Collection of Employer Pay Data (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update October 10, 2019


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Alaska Attorney General Issues Opinion on Constitutionality of In-State Hiring Requirements (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update September 26, 2019


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Washington Attorney General Reaches Agreements with Ten More Franchisors to Eliminate '€œNo-Poach'€ Provisions (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update September 19, 2019


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New York Attorney General Settles with Home Health Aide Company Over Alleged Wage and Human Rights Law Violations (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update September 12, 2019


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Washington Attorney General Reaches Agreements with Eight More Franchisors to Eliminate '€œNo-Poach'€ Provisions (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update September 5, 2019


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13 Attorneys General Oppose U.S. Department of Labor Proposed Rule Amending Apprenticeship Regulations (Read More)



The State AG Report Weekly Update August 29, 2019


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Washington Attorney General Settles Lawsuit Against Franchisor Over '€œNo-Poach'€ Provisions (Read More)