NY Reaches $2.76 Million Settlement With 6 Brokers Accused Of Illegally Reselling TicketsThe settlement, which was announced Tuesday, stems from an investigation detailed in a January report that found abuses preventing consumers from buying tickets at affordable prices or sometimes not at all.
AG: High Levels Of Lead Found In Children's Jewelry Kits Sold In NYAccording to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, high levels of lead were found in Cra-Z-Art jewelry-making sets manufactured by LaRose Industries.
Schneiderman Asks Major Retailers To End 'Unfair' On-Call SchedulingNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said letters went to American Eagle, Aeropostale, Payless, Disney, Coach and several other retailers.
NY Attorney General To NFL: Stop Asking About Players' Sexual OrientationNew York's attorney general wants answers from the NFL after a prospect was asked about his sexual orientation during last month's Scouting Combine.
Health Group Fined $100,000 For 'No Haitians' Help-Wanted AdInterim Healthcare Inc.’s ad for a female nursing position in West Haverstraw explicitly stated “No Haitians” would be considered for employment.
AG: Trump University Had D Rating From Better Business BureauAccording to NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the university had a D rating before the school changed its name.
N.Y. Court: Fraud Lawsuit Against Trump University May ProceedA New York state court on Tuesday refused to throw out a fraud lawsuit against Donald Trump over his former school for real estate investors.
NY Attorney General: LI School District To Change Policy After High School Denied Immigrant StudentsNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman found that between 2012 and 2015, the Westbury School District denied or delayed enrollment to numerous students.
Barclays Capital, Credit Suisse Reach Settlements With Attorney General, SEC Over 'Dark Pools'Barclays Capital and Credit Suisse Securities have agreed to pay a combined $154.3 mllion to the state of New York and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that they violated federal securities laws.
96 Health Clubs Settle With New York AG's Office For State Law ViolationsThe New York State Attorney General’s office announced settlements Thursday with 96 health club operators, who have agreed to modify their contracts and pay penalties and fines for violations of state law.
New York Court Permits Fantasy Sports Betting Amid AppealA New York court will allow DraftKings and FanDuel to continue operating in the state as they appeal a lower court's ruling that they stop.
Uber Agrees To Enhance User Information Protections In Agreement With N.Y. AGUber will be required to protect its users’ personal information, and will pay $20,000, under an agreement with the New York State Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday.