Michigan Among 38 States Urging Congress For Internet Access To All CitizensWith Health Experts Warning Of A Potential Second Wave Of Coronavirus, It Is Critical That Congress Act To Ensure All Americans Have Internet Connectivity
AG Nessel To Michiganders: Know Your Employment RightsThe Michigan Department of Attorney General has established a Know Your Employment Rights section on the department’s website to provide information and answers to questions about the legal rights of employees and employers under the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order.
AG: Cease And Desist Letter Sent To Businesses Selling Phony COVID-19 Protection PatchMeanwhile, price-gouging complaints related to COVID-19 filed with the Attorney General’s office are nearing 1,600.
AG Nessel Charges Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith, Assistant Prosecutor Derek Miller, 2 Others In Public Integrity InvestigationDue to the public health emergency and the state’s stay-at-home order, Nessel issued a video Tuesday discussing the situation.
AG Nessel Warns Of Scammers Trying To Get Medicaid, Medicare NumbersAnyone who receives a phone call they suspect to be a scam should hang up the phone.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Price Gouging Complaint Hotline Extended To The WeekendThe phone lines are usually open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours were extended earlier this week to keep up with demand and will be extended again from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
AG Nessel: State Will Step In As Long As U Of M Helps With Alleged Sexual Misconduct InvestigationThere is new information in the investigation of a former University of Michigan football doctor.
AG Nessel Warns Businesses Seeking To Illegally Profit From Coronavirus FearsMichigan residents should be on high-alert for anyone who tries to take advantage of their fears about Coronavirus, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warned.
Michigan AG Dana Nessel Restructures Her OfficeHere's a look at the big changes coming to the Michigan Attorney General's Office in 2020.
Nessel Urges FTC To Strengthen Online Protections For ChildrenMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and a bipartisan group of 24 other Attorneys General today urged the Federal Trade Commission to strengthen its rules prohibiting websites, mobile applications, and other digital marketing companies from collecting and using the personal information of children under the age of 13.
AG Nessel: Prosecutor Spoiled Cases With MisconductAttorney General Dana Nessel dropped charges Monday against two men in suburban Detroit and said a former Central Michigan University student should be allowed to withdraw from a plea bargain after an investigation found misconduct by a prosecutor who handled sexual assault cases.
Drop Shipping: What You Need To Know Before You Buy Or Sell OnlineThat’s the message Attorney General Dana Nessel and the Better Business Bureaus of Southeastern and Western Michigan are saying today in a consumer alert issued ahead of the holiday season advising Michiganders of a common rip-off tactic called drop-shipping.
AG Nessel Issues Consumer Alert On Active Spoofing Scam Targeting Michigan ResidentsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a consumer alert Friday to advise Michigan residents of an illegal robocall scam where the callers are representing themselves as employees of the Office for Victims of Crime federal agency.
Michigan AG Nessel Files Lawsuit To Stop Online Lender Charging More Than 300 Percent In Interest RatesMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed the state’s first ever lawsuit alleging violations of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Act as part of a full-court press to stop the predatory practices of online tribal lender Sierra Financial.
AG: Michigan State Trooper Found Guilty Of Domestic ViolenceA Michigan State Police Trooper was found guilty on four assault-related charges for assaulting a fellow female colleague, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's office said.