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Supreme Court Decision Likely to Result in Even Closer Cooperation Between FTC and State Attorneys General

Bernie Nash, Milton A. Marquis, and Mira Baylson, Members of Cozen O’Connor’s State Attorneys General Practice, penned an article discussing the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in AMG Capital Management LLC v. Federal Trade Commission that curtailed the FTC’s ability to seek monetary relief for unfair or deceptive acts in federal court.

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Cozen O’Connor’s State AG Group Notches First Amendment Win for CardX over Credit Card No-Surcharge Law

Cozen O’Connor State AG Group Co-Chair Bernie Nash and Associate Keturah Taylor obtained an important judgment on behalf of Chicago-based payments technology company CardX, LLC in its suit challenging Kansas’s law prohibiting credit card surcharging (“no-surcharge law”), in which the court declared that the no-surcharge law is unconstitutional as applied to CardX’s surcharging model. The…

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Meghan Stoppel, Former Nebraska Consumer Protection Division Chief, Joins State Attorneys General Group

Former Nebraska Consumer Protection Division Chief Meghan Stoppel joined Cozen O’Connor’s State AG Group as a Member. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional. Prior to her work in the Nebraska AG’s office, where she handled investigation and enforcement of state and federal laws related to deceptive and unfair trade practices, data privacy and security, antitrust,…

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Cozen O’Connor State AG Group Attorneys Discuss Workplace Enforcement Priorities and Regulatory Risks

Cozen O’Connor State AG Group members Maria Colsey Heard and Ann-Marie Luciano published an article in Bloomberg Law in which they discussed how state attorneys general are accelerating their workplace enforcement efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the issues businesses must consider, and the steps they should take to avoid regulatory risk in the current climate. The article notes…

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