PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed an Arizona Consumer Fraud Act lawsuit today against three former executives of opioid manufacturer Insys Therapeutics Inc., which is based in Chandler. The lawsuit alleges that the three named defendants, including the founder of the company, engaged in a fraudulent marketing scheme designed to increase the sales of Insys’s flagship drug, Subsys, a highly addictive opioid prescription drug that contains fentanyl.
PHOENIX -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich, along with his counterparts in 29 other states, today announced a $10 million settlement with health insurer Premera Blue Cross. The settlement resolves a multistate investigation relating to the company’s 2014/15 data breach, which exposed the protected health information and other personal information of more than 10.4 million consumers nationwide.
Arizona Attorney General's Office to Distribute Over $200,000 to Victims of Alleged “Toner Pirate” Scam
PHOENIX -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich's office is distributing the first installment of over $200,000 to victims of an alleged “toner pirate” scam run by James R.
Superior Court Allows Attorney General’s Lawsuit Against ASU and ABOR Alleging Gift Clause Violations to Move Forward
PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) and Arizona State University (ASU) alleging violations of Arizona's constitutional gift clause ban concerning the Omni Hotel project in Tempe will move forward following an order today by the Maricopa County Superior Court. The defendants had previously filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit based on procedural arguments.