What To Expect From State Attorneys General This Year

Law360, New York (January 3, 2016, 8:29 AM EST) -- Tasseomancy won't prevent litigation, but reading the tea leaves can certainly help to prepare for enforcement from the state attorneys general. Several leading signals over the past year highlight where state AGs may inquire and investigate further in their consumer protection roles. As we enter 2016, engaging the AGs effectively requires knowing their interests and their motivations.

Attorneys general are not only lawyers for their states; they are political officials, policy advocates and even regulators. State AGs acting in concert have a significant voice nationally to advance and affect consumer and business interests. Relying regularly on their state's unfair and deceptive...

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