NYAGNew York Attorney General
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Section 63(12) allows the NYAG to commence a proceeding and to petition for an order on five days' notice (1) enjoining business activity involving repeated fraudulent or illegal acts; (2) awarding restitution; (3) awarding damages; and (4) cancelling any certificate filed under the general business law.
"In 2015, actions by the NYAG questioning the quality of botanical supplements based on the use of DNA-based tests brought attention to the importance of testing for determining the identity and quality of natural botanical products," explained John Atwater, PhD, senior director of verification services, United States Pharmacopeia (USP), Rockville, MD.
In the report, the office stated in 2017 companies and other entities reported 1,583 data breaches to NYAG, exposing the personal records of 9.2 million New Yorkers - quadruple the number of New Yorkers impacted in 2016.
million (a penalty imposed jointly by the NYAG and SEC) and an
The NYAG's complaint against Intel quoted executives regarding their views on the company's anticompetitive business tactics.
Meanwhile, the NYAG convinced 13 other state attorneys general to sign a letter to Congress asking it to investigate.
"We tested this apple this past January in select New York stores and the results were very positive," says Jeff Christ, vice chairman of the NYAG Board of Directors.
The NYAG's office encourages people who believe they may have been treated unfairly by a health care provider or health plan to call the AG's Health Care Helpline.
The New York Attorney General (NYAG) recently crossed into what some consider the hallowed ground of charities, by launching an investigation into cause-related marketing of "pink ribbon" charities.
The New York State Attorney General ("NYAG"), for example, has taken the position that 3016(b) does not apply to fraud claims under the Martin Act (3) and Executive Law ("EL") section 63(12).
The practical impact of the agreement most directly imposes rules on mortgage lenders, which neither the NYAG nor the OFHEO may regulate.