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AG Frosh Announces Settlement with Alleged Polluting Poultry Plant

Maryland AG Brian Frosh and the Maryland Department of the Environment reached a settlement with poultry processor Valley Proteins, LLC to resolve allegations that Valley Proteins illegally discharged pollutants into a tributary river of the Chesapeake Bay for over a year in violation of state water pollution laws and the company’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination…

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DC AG Racine Fines Instacart Over Allegedly Misleading Consumers About Fees

District of Columbia AG Karl Racine settled a lawsuit with online delivery service Instacart to resolve allegations that Instacart misled customers in the District regarding service fees and failed to remit taxes on those fees in violation of the District of Columbia Consumer Protection Procedures Act and the District’s sales tax law. According to the 2020…

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AG James Takes a Bite Out of Pizzeria Chain Over Alleged Wage Issues

New York AG Letitia James reached a settlement with corporate entities for three New York City-based Gotham Pizza restaurants and their owner Michael Shamailov to resolve allegations that Gotham Pizza failed to pay its employees the required minimum and overtime wages in violation of the Minimum Wage Order and New York labor laws.

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Baby Food Manufacturer Rapped for Allegedly Misrepresenting Products as Lead-Free

New York AG Letitia James issued a demand letter to baby food company JSG Babyfood LLC, doing business as HolleUSA, ordering it to stop using false or misleading claims in its marketing in violation of New York’s consumer protection and deceptive business practices laws.

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