...Though the settlement calls for a $32.7 million payment, Attorney General George Jepsen and state Consumer Protection Commissioner William Rubenstein said the Branford companies...
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One of the nation's largest mortgage servicing companies has agreed to pay $2.1 billion in a joint state-federal settlement that could be worth more than $40 million to Connecticut borrowers
As I begin my fourth year as state attorney general, I continue to believe there is no better job in state government and I am grateful to the people of Connecticut for the opportunity to serve
United States v. Conopco Inc. d.b.a. Unilever Home and Personal Care USA: Health and beauty product maker Unilever has agreed to pay $4.5 million in criminal penalties after pleading guilty to two fe
...2,800 state employees it laid off in 2003, state Attorney General George Jepsen said. Jepsen said he withdrew the appeal — but...
For several years now, a company called BNE Energy has wanted to place electricity-generating turbines in the Litchfield County town of Colebrook. The proposal has sparked vigorous legal opposition f
...in identical injuries." The office of state Attorney General George Jepsen released a statement calling the measures "entirely appropriate and lawful...
...by relying on the browser's default settings," Attorney General George Jepsen said in a statement. "This settlement resolves allegations that, while...
Connecticut is slated to receive over $10 million as part of a multistate national settlement with Johnson & Johnson to resolve allegations that the company promoted powerful psychiatric drugs for un
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