Mira Baylson of the Cozen O’Connor State AG Group was today named by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the region’s most impactful lawyers in its annual Best of the Bar program. The program spans 10 categories of law, and this year 37 attorneys were honored for their contributions to the profession, based on their success over the last 15 months.
AGs from seven states reached an $8 million settlement with Wawa, Inc. to resolve allegations that the convenience store chain violated state consumer protection and personal information protection laws.
Massachusetts AG Maura Healey has reached a settlement with retail electricity supplier Utility Expense Reduction, LLC to resolve allegations that UER knowingly failed to make payments under the state’s renewable and clean energy programs, in violation of the state False Claims Act, Consumer Protection Act, and environmental statutes. Massachusetts law requires retail electricity companies to…
This is the second in a series of articles by the Cozen O’Connor State AG team providing guidance on what corporate America needs to know in planning legal, regulatory and political strategies to anticipate and react to shifts in the AG landscape.
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.