Monthly Archives: November 2023

Morgan Stanley fined for putting customer personal data at risk in computer purge: New York AG

November 16, 2023 – Morgan Stanley agreed to pay a fine of $6.5 million to a coalition of six states for compromising the personal data of millions of customers while decommissioning computers at the financial services giant, New York’s attorney general said Thursday. Morgan Stanley as part of the settlement agreed to adopt provisions “that better protects the personal information of its consumers going… Read more »

Attorney General Bonta Joins Multistate Coalition in Support of Fair Wages for Salaried Exempt Workers

November 7, 2023 – California Attorney General Rob Bonta today joined a coalition of 14 attorneys general in submitting a comment letter supporting a proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) that updates a rule exempting executive, administrative, and professional (EAP) employees from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime pay requirements (EAP Exemption)…. Read more »

Arizona attorney general leads lawsuit against telecom company over robocalls

November 1, 2023 – Arizona joined 47 other states in a lawsuit filed Tuesday against a telecommunications company accused of facilitating billions of illegal robocalls to people on the National Do Not Call Registry. The legal action stems from the nationwide Anti-Robocall Multistate Litigation Task Force made up of attorneys general from all 50 states… Read more »