Lincoln—On Friday, September 15, 2017, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson will be hosting Mobile Office hours with several members of his staff at the Scottsbluff Senior Center (1502 21st Ave.) from 9 am to 4 pm MST.
Lincoln—On Thursday, September 14, 2017, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson will be hosting Mobile Office hours with several members of his staff at the Keith County Senior Center (202 West 1st Ave.) in Ogallala from 9 am to 4 pm MST.
Lincoln—On Wednesday, September 13, 2017, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson will be hosting Mobile Office hours with several members of his staff at the North Platte Senior Center (901 East 10th St.) from 9 am to 4 pm.
Lincoln—Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson will be hosting a series of Mobile Offices in western Nebraska. The Attorney General and several members of his staff will be visiting the following communities:
Nebraska Joins $3.5M Settlement with Lenovo over Installation of Hacker-vulnerable Software on Laptop Computer
Attorney General Doug Peterson announced today that Nebraska has joined 31 other states in a settlement with technology company Lenovo (United States) Inc. to resolve allegations that the company violated state consumer protection laws by pre-installing software on laptop computers sold to Nebraska consumers that made consumers' personal information vulnerable to hackers.
(Lincoln, NE)—Attorney General Doug Peterson reminds Nebraskans to donate wisely and avoid charities scams following Hurricane Harvey.
With today’s advances in technology, charitable giving is more prevalent than ever, especially in the wake of a natural disaster. Those same advances, though, pose unique challenges for well-intentioned donors.
“I know many Nebraskans want to generously reach out and help those affected by Hurricane Harvey, but before providing any information or contribution, they will want to make certain they are working with a reputable charitable organization that will make certain contributions go directly to those who need the most help,” stated Attorney General Doug Peterson.