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ANTI-COMPETITIVE APPRAISAL SERVICES?

FTC Challenges Louisiana Real Estate Appraisers Board Regulations that Restrict Competition Restrictions on fee setting violate federal antitrust rules, agency alleges The Federal Trade Commission has ...
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LIED ABOUT USED ELECTRONICS BUY-BACK

FTC, State of Georgia Obtain Court Order Permanently Halting Electronics Buyback Scheme Operators accused of bilking consumers out of millions through “bait and switch” scheme A Federal ...
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BAD BELL LEXUS & BERGE GROUP

Scottsdale Car Dealership to Pay $45,000 To Settle Disability Discrimination Lawsuit Bell Lexus and The Berge Group Refused to Hire Woman Because of a Prescription Drug She Took for Her Disability, ...
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ENGINEER LIED ON BUILDING APPLICATIONS

False Filings Result in Permanent Ban Department of Buildings Commissioner Chandler. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste Licensed PE made multiple false and negligent filings with Buildings. The ...
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MADE BILLIONS OF ILLEGAL CALLS?

FTC Obtains Court Judgments Against California-based Robocallers Who Placed Billions of Illegal Calls Aaron Michael Jones permanently banned from all telemarketing A federal district court judge in ...
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SMALL OF BIG LOTS

EEOC Files Suit against Big Lots Stores for Disability Discrimination and Retaliation Retailer Condoned Disability Harassment at West Virginia Store, Punished Employee for Association With Co-Worker, ...
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PRINCE GEORGE SETTLES PAY DISCRIMINATION CLAIM

Prince George’s To Pay $145,402 And Increase Female Engineer’s Salary To Settle EEOC Pay Bias Suit Court Ruled County Violated the Equal Pay Act, Federal Agency Says Prince George's ...
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BANNED THE GUY FROM THE HOME IMPROVEMENT BUSINESS

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $63K Settlement, Court Order, Effectively Banning Fraudulent Rochester Home Improvement Contractor From Operating In NYS; Encourages Other Potential Victims To File Claims ...
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TECH SUPPORT SCAMMERS STYMIED

Operators of Tech Support Scam Settle FTC Charges Fraudsters used pop-up ads to trick consumers into buying unnecessary tech support services As part of its ongoing crackdown against tech support ...
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DISH ON DISH

Justice Department, with FTC, Wins Largest-Ever Telemarketing Penalty Against Dish Network As the result of long-running litigation to redress invasion of consumer privacy, most notably through ...
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FAVORITE FARMS FRIGHTFUL FOLLY

EEOC Sues Favorite Farms for Sexual Harassment, Including Rape, And Retaliation Farmworker Sexually Assaulted and Retaliated Against for Reporting the Conduct, Federal Agency Charges in Lawsuit ...
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JUMPED ON TRAMPOLINE SELLERS

FTC Stops False Advertising, Phony Reviews by Online Trampoline Sellers Commission alleges duo developed supposedly independent review websites, posted deceptive endorsements Two brothers have agreed ...
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TOWN DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ISLAMIC SOCIETY

Justice Department and Bernards Township (NJ) Settle Lawsuit Over Alleged RLUIPA Violations The Justice Department recently announced an agreement with Bernards Township, New Jersey, to resolve ...
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WISCONSIN PLASTICS PAYS FOR ITS INFLEXIBILITY

Wisconsin Plastics to Pay $475,000 To Settle EEOC National Origin Discrimination Lawsuit Workers Fired for Lacking English Skills They Did Not Need, Federal Agency Charged Wisconsin Plastics, Inc. of ...
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THIS GUILD IS NOW PLAYING A DIFFERENT TUNE

FTC Approves Final Order and Consent Agreement with American Guild of Organists Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order and consent agreement in ...
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TARGET TAKES A $18.5 MILLION HIT

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $18.5 Million Multi-State Settlement With Target Corporation Over 2013 Data Breach Agreement With 47 States And D.C. Represents Largest Multistate Data Breach Settlement To ...
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STOPPING STRATEGIC STUDENT SOLUTIONS

FTC Stops Operators of Unlawful Student Debt Relief and Credit Repair Scheme FTC alleges defendants targeted consumers seeking to pay off student loans The Federal Trade Commission charged the ...
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FARM PAYS FOR FOREIGN-WORKER PREFERENCE

Justice Department Settles U.S. Worker Discrimination Claims Against New Mexico Farm The Justice Department announced that it has reached a settlement agreement with Carrillo Farm Labor, LLC (Carrillo ...
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DUNN'S DONE?

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Settlement With Buffalo Landlord To Protect University Heights Quality Of Life Landlord Jeremy Dunn's Winspear Avenue And Northrup Place Properties Have Been The ...
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BAD BORNT & BARRAZA

EEOC Sues Bornt & Sons and Barraza Farm Service For Sexual Harassment Holtville Company's Farm Manager Sexually Bullied Female Farmworkers and Fired Workers Who Complained of Widespread Abuse, ...
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PUBLICLY DISPARAGED EMPLOYER'S PRACTICES

IXL Learning Sued by EEOC for Retaliation Employee Fired for Posting About Discrimination on Glassdoor.com, Federal Agency Charges SAN FRANCISCO - Educational technology company IXL Learning Inc. ...
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BAD IMPRESSION OF IMPRESSIONS

EEOC Sues Impressions Incorporated for Disability Discrimination Federal Agency Says St. Paul Company Fired Employee for Depression Despite His Submitting to Unlawfully Mandated Examination ...
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TICKET SCALPERS SCALPED

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $4.19 Million In Settlements With Six Companies That Illegally Purchased And Resold Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tickets To Concerts And Other NY Events Five of the Companies ...
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KELLER PAVED & LANDSCAPED SEXUAL HARASSMENT?

EEOC Sues Keller Paving and Landscaping for Sexual Harassment Female Truck Driver Forced to Quit Job at North Dakota Company Because of Physical and Verbal Sexual Abuse, Federal Agency Charges A North ...
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GOODBYE RUBY TUESDAY?

EEOC Sues Ruby Tuesday For Age Discrimination Boca Raton Restaurant Refuses to Hire a Qualified Applicant Because It Wanted to 'Maximize Longevity,' Federal Agency Charges Ruby Tuesday, Inc., ...
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