$20.7 Million Wage Theft Plea | Smith & Wesson Loses Bid to Toss AG Subpoena | FTC Merger Review Changes

$20.7 Million Wage Theft Plea | Smith & Wesson Loses Bid to Toss AG Subpoena | FTC Merger Review Changes

The State AG Report – 8.5.2021

Here are last week’s curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators’ decisions are having an impact across the US:

  • State Contractor Sentenced for Wage Theft, Pays $20 Million in Employee Compensation
  • Democratic Attorneys General Urge EPA to Repeal Trump-Era Rule Curtailing State Permitting Authority Under Clean Water Act
  • Federal Court Declines to Protect Smith & Wesson from New Jersey Subpoena
  • FTC Changes Merger Review Process Under Flood of New Filings
  • Bipartisan Group of Attorneys General Seeks to Increase Consumer Protections for Distance Education Students
  • AGs Argue Trump-Era Student Borrower Defense Rule is Unlawful and Should Be Repealed

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