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HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office is proposing to amend the rule standards contained in the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law, an action it claims is necessary but which some observers say is happening without legislative input.
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State wins $45K restitution judgment for displaced residents of Robinson Township mobile home community
PITTSBURGH – The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office has closed a civil lawsuit it filed versus the owner of an Allegheny County manufactured home community, which had accused him of engaging in “unlawful and deceptive business practices.”
PENNSYLVANIA OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Shapiro Files Brief to Protect Women’s Rights to Safe Abortion Services
Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed an amicus brief in a coalition of 16 attorneys general supporting women’s access to safe reproductive health care.
PENNSYLVANIA OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Shapiro Secures $5.3 Million in Debt Relief for 570 Pennsylvania ITT Tech Students in Multistate Settlement
Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that a bipartisan coalition of 44 Attorneys General reached a settlement with Student CU Connect CUSO, LLC (“CUSO”) that includes more than $168 million in debt relief for more than 18,000 former students of ITT Tech schools nationwide.
HARRISBURG – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) has filed a nine-count class action civil lawsuit against state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, claiming he violated federal law through “unlawful and unconstitutional interference with federal programs.”
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has reached settlement agreements amid an investigation against two companies for possible violations of the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law in recent weeks.
PHILADELPHIA – The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation (DOT) is opposing a suit filed by a Philadelphia man after he was allegedly injured when the bus he was riding fell into a construction hole, alleging his claims are baseless and without merit.
Lawsuit: Pittsburgh priest Richard Lelonis is one of the redacted names in sexual abuse grand jury report
PITTSBURGH – A new sexual abuse lawsuit in Pittsburgh says Reverend Richard Lelonis, a suspended priest, is one of the 19 accused predators whose names were redacted in a grand jury report that alleges decades of protection for pedophiles working for the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania.