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AGs Call Foul on NFL Gender Discrimination; Congress Flags Financial Irregularities by Washington Commanders

A coalition of six state AGs, led by New York AG Letitia James, issued a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressing concern over the gender-based discrimination and hostile work environment allegations recently reported by the New York Times.

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California AG Submits Amicus Brief in Epic vs. Apple Appeal

California AG Rob Bonta submitted an amicus brief to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Epic Games, Inc. v. Apple, Inc., that did not support either party but called for a broad and flexible interpretation of the state’s Unfair Competition Law. Epic, the maker of the blockbuster game Fortnite, sued Apple…

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Texas Attorney General Launches Probe of GoFundMe over Suspension of Fundraiser for Canadian Truckers Protesting Vaccine Mandates

Texas AG Ken Paxton issued a Civil Investigative Demand under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act to crowdsourcing platform GoFundMe Inc. over GoFundMe’s removal of a fundraising campaign for the Canadian truckers “Freedom Convoy” protesting vaccine mandates that effectively shut down the Canadian capital of Ottawa and several US-Canada border crossings. The CID seeks information,…

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Apple’s Alleged Monopoly in iOS Apps Targeted by Bipartisan Group of Attorneys General

A bipartisan group of 35 AGs, led by Utah AG Sean Reyes, filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Epic Games, Inc. v Apple, Inc., Nos. 21-16506 & 21-16695, in support of Epic’s position that Apple has a monopoly over iOS apps and that it exercises its monopoly…

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Influencer or Scammer? Instagram Celebrity Accused of Not Delivering Paid-for Services

Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro sued Instagram influencer Casey Olivera, a/k/a Dana Chanel, related individuals, and companies owned and operated by Chanel over allegations that Chanel misled consumers about goods and services she promoted through social media in violation of Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law.

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