Lincoln -- Attorney General Doug Peterson reminds Nebraskans who wired money to scam artists via Western Union from January 1, 2004 through January 19, 2017 that the deadline to claim a refund for that money is approaching. Completed claim forms must be mailed back to the settlement administrator by May 31, 2018.
Attorney General Doug Peterson, 48 other state attorneys general, the District of Columbia and over 45 state mortgage regulators have reached a $45 million settlement with New Jersey-based mortgage lender and servicer PHH Mortgage Corporation.
Attorney General Doug Peterson and 50 Other State Attorneys General Reach a $13.5 Million Consumer Settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Concerning Its Off-Label Promotion of Four Prescription Drugs
The Attorneys General have reached a $13.5 million settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (BIPI) regarding the alleged off-label marketing and misleading promotion of four of its prescription drugs: Micardis®, Aggrenox®, Atrovent®, and Combivent®.
Nebraskans who were deceived into sending payments to scammers using Western Union's wire transfer service may now apply for compensation from a $586 million dollar fund administered by the U.S. Department of Justice's Victim Asset Recovery Program. This fund is related to a multi-state settlement with Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and 49 other states, the District of Columbia, and Western Union that was first announced in January 2017. Nebraskans may be eligible to receive compensation if they were a victim of a fraud-induced transfer using Western Union between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017.
Lincoln—On Monday, October 30, 2017, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson will be hosting Mobile Office hours with several members of his staff inside the Columbus Community Center (3111 19th St.) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Attorney General will visit the center from 11 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Afterward, he will be spending the day with area officials and law enforcement as well as a local civic group.
The odds are good that it has happened to you. The recent Equifax breach has reportedly affected nearly half of the U.S. population, alongside a growing number of other significant breaches. These events prompt us all to realize we need to know what to do in the face of a data breach.
Attorney General Douglas Peterson announced today a $120 million settlement with General Motors Company (“GM”) over allegations GM concealed safety issues related to ignition-switch-related defects in GM vehicles.
Is your refrigerator putting your home network at risk? We live in a world of “smart” objects, where some things like thermostats, coffee pots, and refrigerators are connected to the Internet. We carry around smart devices like phones, and we even wear them in the form of fitness trackers and medical devices. This complicated Internet ecosystem offers us tremendous benefits, but it also poses unique risks.
As recent major cybersecurity incidents have shown, cyber criminals often rely on human error – like failing to install software patches, clicking on malicious links, and creating easy-to-guess passwords – to gain access to systems and information. Every member of an organization – from senior leadership to the newest employees – is responsible for keeping information and systems secure. The chain is only as strong as its weakest link. That’s why strong cybersecurity practices are so important.