Newly sworn-in Attorney General Mark Brnovich will make his first public comments on the fight against human trafficking in Arizona this week. Brnovich will join Cindy McCain Wednesday at an event to unveil an anti-human trafficking campaign sponsored by Clear Channel Outdoor.
Attorney General Tom Horne announced today that he, along with the Attorneys General of 49 other States and the District of Columbia, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission, reached a $90 million settlement with T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Attorney General Tom Horne has filed lawsuits against Allstars Movers and Storage Inc., of Phoenix, and 3 Gorillas Moving and Storage, LLC, located in Tucson.
Attorney General Tom Horne, along with the attorneys general of 44 states and the District of Columbia, announced today that Sirius XM Radio Inc. of New York has agreed to pay $3.8 million to the states, and provide restitution to eligible consumers to resolve claims that the satellite radio company engaged in misleading advertising and billing practices.
Attorney General Tom Horne yesterday filed a lawsuit against General Motors, LLC (GM) on behalf of the State of Arizona that seeks civil penalties, claiming that the automaker has deliberately endangered Arizona motorists and the public by intentionally concealing serious safety defects to avoid the cost of recall and replacement.
Attorney General Tom Horne and Real Estate Commissioner Judy Lowe are today warning consumers to be cautious of businesses who say they can help you earn money by renting your home during the 2015 Super Bowl game.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is today warning consumers and businesses to be aware of phony bills for newspaper and magazine subscription renewals.
"I have decided not to appeal today’s decision, which would be an exercise in futility, and which would serve only the purpose of wasting taxpayers’ money."
Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that he, along with Attorneys General of the other 49 States and the District of Columbia, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the Federal Communications Commission, reached a $105 million settlement with AT&T Mobility LLC (“AT&T”), resolving allegations that AT&T engaged in “mobile cramming.”
Attorney General Tom Horne and other Attorneys General have reached a $35 million settlement with Pfizer Inc., who as parent of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Inc. agrees to be bound by the judgment. Pfizer agrees to resolve allegations that Wyeth unlawfully ...