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Indiana AG Rokita Sues Black Lives Matter to Enforce Subpoena Relating to Fundraising Irregularities

Indiana AG Todd Rokita filed a lawsuit against the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation seeking compliance with an Civil Investigative Demand, previously served on BLM in February 2022, that requested documents and information as part of an ongoing investigation to determine if the organization’s actions constituted a violation of either the Indiana Deceptive Consumer…

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Nonprofit Landlord Accused of Keeping Rental Properties in Egregious Disrepair

Indiana AG Todd Rokita sued rental property owner Fox Lake AHF, Inc. (“Fox Lake”), a nonprofit, and its rental management company, Aloft Mgt, LLC (“Aloft”), over allegations that they allowed two large apartment complexes with thousands of residents to fall into disrepair in violation of Indiana’s Deceptive Consumer Sales Act and Nonprofit Corporations Act. In addition, by serving as a management company for Fox Lake, Aloft allegedly engaged in the unlicensed practice of real estate in violation of Indiana’s Home Loan Practices Act.

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Debt Collection Agency Hit with $1.3 Million Default Judgment over Unlicensed Collections

Indiana AG Todd Rokita obtained a default judgment and a permanent injunction against debt collection agency New Britain Financial, LLC (“NBF”) and its owner Nelson Macwan for allegedly acting as a collector without a license and engaging in deceptive and abusive debt collection practices in violation of the Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act. As previously…

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Debt Collector Reaches Settlement Over Data Breach Exposing Personal Information of Up to 21 Million Consumers

A bipartisan group of 41 AGs, led by Connecticut AG William Tong, Indiana AG Todd Rokita, New York AG Letitia James, and Texas AG Ken Paxton, reached a settlement with debt collection agency Retrieval-Masters Creditors Bureau d/b/a American Medical Collection Agency (“AMCA”) over allegations that it failed to protect the personal information of millions of consumers in a 2019 data breach in violation of the states’ respective consumer protection laws.

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