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AGs Fight for Fair Play in College Sports

A bipartisan group of seven AGs filed a lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) alleging that the organization’s Transfer Eligibility Rule violates federal antitrust law by unjustifiably restraining the ability of Division I college athletes to engage in the market for their labor.

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Ohio Settles with DuPont Over PFAS Liability for $110 Million

Ohio AG Dave Yost settled with DuPont de Nemours, Inc. to resolve allegations that the company’s historic activities caused environmental damage and contamination with per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals. Under the terms of the settlement, DuPont will pay $110 million to Ohio, which the state will use to address pollution, address damages from firefighting foam,…

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NAAG and NASCO Convene to Discuss Challenges Facing Nonprofits, Benefits of Collaboration

On Wednesday, October 11, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) convened virtually at their 2023 annual conference to discuss the challenges facing the nonprofit sector and how regulators are working to support the sector, while preserving the public’s trust in these important organizations.

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Don’t Lien on Me: Home Improvement Business Pays for Deceptive Practices

An Ohio court entered a final judgment in a case brought by AG Dave Yost against Neil Construction Co., Inc. and its owner for allegedly defrauding customers in violation of state consumer protection laws. According to the Court’s order granting summary judgment, the home improvement business committed unfair deceptive acts and practices including placing liens…

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