AG Nessel Files Ninth Elder Abuse Case As Listening Tour With Supreme Court Justices ContinuesA 23-year-old Clinton Township woman has been charged and arraigned on one count of 4th Degree Vulnerable Adult Abuse, a misdemeanor, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Wednesday.
AG Nessel Joins Effort Urging Regulators To Protect Workers From Harmful Anticompetitive Labor PracticesMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 17 other Attorneys General the week of July 15 in urging collaboration between Federal Trade Commission regulators and state attorneys general to protect workers from anticompetitive labor practices that depress wages and limit job mobility and opportunities for advancement.
Nessel Brings Charges Against Out-Of-State RacketeersMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's office has filed 21 charges against two out-of-state racketeers for their roles in a scheme that used more than 190 illegal vehicle loans to cash in on $258,000 from Michigan borrowers.
AG Nessel Charges 8th Defendant With Elder Abuse Since Launch Of Elder Abuse Task ForceAttorney General Dana Nessel announced Thursday her Health Care Fraud Division has charged Elizabeth Haines, 62, of Saginaw, with one misdemeanor count of Assault and Battery.
Schuette Apologizes For Subpoenas Issued To ReportersThe suit accuses prison officials of failing to prevent the sexual assault of male teen inmates.
Schuette Warns Against Malware On Mobile DevicesThe Michigan attorney general warns users of mobile technology to be on the lookout for disruptive malware technology.
Schuette Announces Run For Re-Election, Offers No Opinion On Validity Of Weekend Gay MarriagesMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette officially announced his intention to run for another term as the state's attorney general.
Court Schedules Arguments On Affirmative ActionThe U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled arguments on Michigan's affirmative action ban.
Ban On Affirmative Action Will Be Before Court In FallVoters approved the ban on affirmative action in 2006, but opponents to the ban filed suit saying that it's unconstitutional.
State Wants New Look At Jobless Aid For LawyerState officials are asking a judge to reconsider a decision granting unemployment benefits to a former assistant attorney general who was fired after hounding a gay student leader at the University of Michigan.
Unemployment OKed For Asst. Attorney General Who Stalked StudentA judge has ruled that former Michigan assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell, fired for misconduct, should receive unemployment benefits.