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AG George Jepsen nixes bid for Connecticut governorship

State Attorney General George Jepsen did not commit to running for re-election, adding that he would make that decision soon.

Connecticut and New York announce settlements in Volkswagen emissions case

Connecticut to receive $14.8 million while New York will pocket $32.5 million.

Jepsen and Schneiderman oppose Trump on undoing Clean Power Plan

AGs promise they "won’t hesitate to protect those we serve."

20 more states join Jepsen’s antitrust lawsuit against generic drugmakers

Forty states are now involved with the suit, which alleges that six generic drug-makers entered into illegal conspiracies to peddle two generic drugs in the U.S.

Conn. files lawsuit against Stamford doctor, husband for prescription fraud

"This doctor utterly failed to adhere to even a minimal prudent standard of care,” said Attorney General George Jepsen about Dr. Kakra Gyambibi.

Stratford health agency paying $5.25 million to settle fraud claims

Family Care Visiting Nurse and Home Care Agency agreed to pay the state and federal governments to settle claims that it bilked the Medicaid system by falsely billing for services.

RBS Securities to pay state $120M in mortgage bond investigation

RBS's actions "contributed significantly to the 2008 financial crisis," per state Attorney General George Jepsen.

Connecticut AG forms department for privacy, data security

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen announces a department to investigate data breaches and the like.

Connecticut to sponsor mortgage assistance event in Trumbull

Loan service providers and lenders are available to meet with Connecticut homeowners at a mortgage assistance event on May 30.

Conn. AG announces $7M settlement with Google

Connecticut has reached a $7 million, multi-state settlement with Google Inc. over claims that the search engine giant collected data from unsecured wireless networks through its Street View vehicles.

AGs, Macmillan reach agreement over e-book lawsuit

Holtzbrinck Publishers L.L.C., which does business as Macmillan, has reached a preliminary agreement with Connecticut and 32 other states over allegations that the publisher engaged in price-fixing and collusion in the market for e-books.

New Haven attorney withdraws $100M legal claim

The lawyer for an unidentified survivor of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School has withdrawn a $100 million lawsuit against the state of Connecticut.

Conn. to receive share of GSK settlement

Connecticut will receive nearly $1.7 million as part of a $90 million, multi-state settlement with drug maker GlaxoSmithKline Plc over deceptive marketing practices.

AG seeks to limit utility’s storm-cost recovery

Attorney General George Jepsen called for “meaningful” penalties on Northeast Utilities, months after the company agreed to reimburse Connecticut ratepayers $30 million for widespread...