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New Attorney General for Oklahoma

Governor Kevin Stitt appointed John O’Connor, an attorney in private practice, as Oklahoma AG to serve out the current term, which ends on January 9, 2023. As previously reported, former Oklahoma AG Mike Hunter resigned, stating that certain personal matters threatened to overshadow the work of the AG’s office.

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Republican Candidate Announces Run for Maryland Attorney General

Former prosecutor Jim Shalleck, who is currently an attorney in private practice, is seeking the Republican nomination for Maryland AG in the 2022 election. Incumbent two-term Democratic AG Brian Frosh has not yet announced whether he will seek reelection. To “meet” the state AGs across the nation and read more AG election news and insights,…

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Kansas Attorney General Intervenes in Investigation of Storm-Related Natural Gas Price Spike

The Kansas Corporation Commission (“KCC”) allowed Kansas AG Derek Schmidt to intervene on behalf of Kansas consumers in KCC’s investigation of Black Hills Energy, Kansas Gas Service Company, and Atmos Energy Corporation over the unusual spike in natural gas prices during February 2021 winter storms, which prompted Kansas Governor Laura Kelly to issue a State of…

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Nonprofit Landlord Accused of Keeping Rental Properties in Egregious Disrepair

Indiana AG Todd Rokita sued rental property owner Fox Lake AHF, Inc. (“Fox Lake”), a nonprofit, and its rental management company, Aloft Mgt, LLC (“Aloft”), over allegations that they allowed two large apartment complexes with thousands of residents to fall into disrepair in violation of Indiana’s Deceptive Consumer Sales Act and Nonprofit Corporations Act. In addition, by serving as a management company for Fox Lake, Aloft allegedly engaged in the unlicensed practice of real estate in violation of Indiana’s Home Loan Practices Act.

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