The AG State Report – 6.9.2022 | Cozen O’Connor

California AG Rob Bonta obtained a ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit finding that Interior Department agencies’ decision to allow fracking off the California coast violated the National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act and Coastal Zone Management. Law.
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In New Mexico, Second Judicial District DA Raúl Torrez defeated State Auditor Brian Colón in the Democratic primary.
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Verizon Resolves New York AG Claims Over Alleged Cooling Tower Violations

New York AG Letitia James has reached an agreement with Verizon New York, Inc. to resolve allegations that Verizon failed to maintain its cooling towers in compliance with New York State and City laws and regulations .
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The Federal Trade Commission sued Gravity Defyer Medical Technology Corporation and its owner, Alexander Elnekaveh, (collectively, “Gravity Defyer”) for allegations that Gravity Defyer made numerous false claims of unproven pain relief for wearers of his shoes in violation of FTC law, and the FTC further alleged that the owner violated a 2001 FTC order prohibiting Elnekaveh from making false claims through user testimonials or about testing, studies or research.
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West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey has reportedly reached an agreement with California attorney Thomas Moore to resolve allegations that his law firm, Moore Legal Center, violated West Virginia’s Credit and Consumer Protection Act.
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The FTC has reached a settlement with merchant cash advance company RCG Advances, LLC and its owner, Robert L. Giardina (collectively, “RCG”) to resolve allegations that RCG deceived and threatened small businesses and their owners to whom it provided funds, in violation of the FTC Act and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
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