Over 66K Marylanders Eligible For Refunds In $141M Settlement Over 'Free' TurboTax AdsThe investigation into Intuit was sparked by a 2019 ProPublica report that found the company was using deceptive tactics to steer low-income tax filers away from the federally supported free services for which they qualified — and toward its own commercial products, instead.
Frosh To Argue For Order Blocking Harford County Sheriff From Interfering With Fatal Shooting InvestigationThe legal battle is centered on the authority of the Attorney General’s Independent Investigative Division regarding a fatal deputy-involved shooting Saturday.
Attorney General's Office Warns Investors Against Scammers Looking To Profit Off Ukraine ConflictConsult with your financial professional before making decisions to sell any of your investments.
Frosh Sues Baltimore City Over Pollutants Discharged From Wastewater PlantsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is suing Baltimore City over unauthorized discharges of pollutants from two of its wastewater treatment plants.
Thousands Of Marylanders Will Receive Relief In $1.85B Settlement With Student Loan Provider Navient, Frosh SaysThousands of Marylanders with student loans will receive financial relief under a multi-state, $1.85 billion settlement with student loan provider Navient, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Thursday.
Attorney General Brian Frosh Calls For Tighter Regulations On Ghost GunsFrosh is now joining attorneys general from around the country in calling on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to finalize regulations that would classify ghost guns as firearms.
Frosh Calls For Removal Of Talbot Boys Confederate Monument In EastonAttorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday called for the removal of the "Talbot Boys" statue, a Confederate memorial outside the Talbot County Courthouse in Easton, Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan, Attorney General Direct Nearly $12M To Help Families Facing Eviction, Housing Insecurity With Legal HelpGov. Larry Hogan and Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Thursday that nearly $12 million is being directed to the Maryland Legal Services Corporation to provide legal services for families facing eviction and other housing insecurity issues.
Maryland Among States Suing US Postal Service, Alleging 'Unconstitutional' Cuts Could Undermine National ElectionMaryland is joining other states in filing a federal lawsuit challenging "drastic operational changes" at the U.S. Postal Service that they allege could undermine the national election in November.
Maryland Attorney General Frosh Joins Coalition Urging Congress To Give State Attorneys General Authority To Investigate Unconstitutional PolicingMaryland Attorney General Frosh joined a coalition of 18 attorneys generals on Thursday urging Congress to expand federal law to give state attorneys general "clear statutory authority" to investigate patterns or practices of unconstitutional policing.
Maryland AG Brian Frosh Calls On Whole Foods, Amazon To Strengthen Employee Protections During COVID-19 PandemicThe Maryland attorney general joined 13 other AGs in asking the companies to provide updated information on their health and safety policies among numerous other things.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Sues EPA For Limiting Enforcement Of Federal Environmental & Public Health LawsThe attorney general joined a coalition of fellow AGs from nine states in filing suit against the EPA for their non-enforcement policy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland To Sue Luke Paper Mill Owners For Hazardous Waste SeepageThe Maryland Department of the Environment issued a notice of intent to sue the owner of the Luke Paper Mill in federal court Wednesday for seepages into the Potomac River.
Maryland AG Sues Unlicensed Home Improvement Contractor For Alleged Incomplete Services, Over $1.2 M In Prior SettlementMaryland Attorney Brian E. Frosh announced charges have been filed against John Eberl for taking money from consumers for home improvement projects.
Frosh Joins 18 AGs Supporting Vermont's Ban On Large-Capacity MagazinesMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a group of 18 attorneys general supporting Vermont's ban on large-capacity magazines.