Monthly Archives: March 2023

Google ‘not truthful,’ tried to ‘subvert’ court process by deleting evidence in monopoly case, judge rules

March 29, 2023 – A federal court judge has lambasted Google for deceptive tactics in a high-stakes court case, with California Attorney General Rob Bonta also attacking the technology behemoth for “egregious behavior.” The judge’s excoriation came in a multi-lawsuit legal action involving dozens of states, including California, accusing the Mountain View-based digital advertising giant of monopolizing… Read more »

‘Crisis of thefts’: 23 attorneys general demand Kia, Hyundai take action

March 20, 2023 – Nearly two dozen state attorneys general penned a letter Monday to the leadership of Kia and Hyundai urging the carmakers to take action against the “crisis of thefts” they say is a result of the companies’ failure to equip vehicles with anti-theft immobilizers. While available data suggests most types of violent crime are declining in the U.S., motor… Read more »

Ohio Attorney General Sues Norfolk Southern Over Derailment

March 14, 2023 – The Ohio attorney general filed a 58-count federal lawsuit against Norfolk Southern on Tuesday, charging that the derailment of a train carrying hazardous chemicals last month in the village of East Palestine was a product of the company’s negligence and recklessness, posing serious health risks to people in the area and causing “substantial damage to the… Read more »

Nebraska AG Hilgers Joins Multistate Coalition for TikTok Investigation

March 6, 2023 – Nebraska Attorney General Mike Hilgers has joined a multistate coalition asking a state court to order social media company TikTok, Inc. to fully comply with an ongoing investigation into whether the company violated consumer protection laws. The coalition includes 46 states. Led by Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Tennessee Attorney General… Read more »