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CVS Settles with Massachusetts AG for $6.15 Million over Alleged Workers’ Compensation Pricing Violations

Massachusetts AG Andrea Campbell settled with CVS Pharmacy, Inc. to resolve allegations that the company billed payors of workers’ compensation claims for prescription drugs in excess of amounts permitted by Massachusetts workers’ compensation laws and regulations. According to the settlement, AG Campbell alleges that various CVS locations in the Commonwealth failed to follow prescription pricing…

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AGs James and Bonta Team Up to Investigate Employment Discrimination Allegations at NFL

California AG Rob Bonta and New York AG Letitia James launched a joint investigation into possible violations of state and federal pay equity and employment discrimination laws by the National Football League (NFL). The joint investigation follows several recent public allegations of discrimination and workplace misconduct at the NFL. AGs Bonta and James have issued…

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AGs Support Proposed FTC Rule Prohibiting Non-Compete Clauses in Employment Contracts

A group of 18 Democratic AGs sent a letter to the FTC in support of the FTC’s proposed Non-Compete Clause Rule that would restrict the use of non-compete provisions in employment contracts. In the letter, the AGs argue that because states differ on whether non-compete clauses are enforceable a uniform federal rule would clarify the…

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AG James Reaches $3.5 Million Settlement with Nation’s Largest Title Insurance Company

New York AG Letitia James announced a settlement with Fidelity National Financial, Inc. to resolve allegations that the title insurance company entered into no-poach agreements in violation of state antitrust laws. In the settlement agreement, AG James alleges that Fidelity used its market dominance to enter into agreements with other companies not to solicit, recruit,…

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