Connecticut AG William Tong sued Reynold Consumer Products, Inc. and Reynolds Consumer Products LLC (collectively “Reynolds”), maker of Hefty brand trash bags, over allegations that Reynolds falsely and deceptively marketed Hefty trash bags as “Recycling Bags” despite knowledge that their bags were incompatible with Connecticut recycling facilities, in violation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
Connecticut AG William Tong, together with a bipartisan coalition of AGs from 23 states and the District of Columbia, filed amicus curiae briefs in two appellate cases before the Third Circuit and the District of Columbia Circuit.
Connecticut AG William Tong announced that his office has settled with four over-the-counter hearing aid companies: Lively Hearing Corporation, Widex USA, Inc., Hark Wellness, Inc., and Wonder Ear, Inc. (collectively, “OTC Companies”), over allegations that the OTC Companies misleadingly marketed their hearing aids as “FDA-approved.”
Nine states, including a group of 7 Democratic AGs led by Connecticut AG William Tong, submitted a comment letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission urging the FERC to enhance environmental justice and ratepayer protections and adopt clean energy policies in designing a reactive power market—a market in electric power used to move electricity through…
Some cannabis companies are facing unanticipated headwinds as a result of the emerging patchwork of state cannabis regulations—including unwanted attention from state attorneys general.