(Anchorage, AK) – On July 7th, Attorney General Treg Taylor joined a coalition of 37 attorneys general to file a lawsuit against Google in California. Utah v. Google alleges exclusionary conduct relating to the Google Play Store for Android mobile devices and Google Billing. The States accuse Google of using its dominance to unfairly restrict competition […]
(Anchorage, AK) – The State of Alaska Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management, asserting ownership of the submerged lands beneath the Middle Fork and North Fork of the Fortymile River. This lawsuit comes on the heels of other successful efforts to confirm the State’s ownership of navigable waterways across the State. […]
Juneau, Alaska â€“ The State of Alaska won a multi-million dollar arbitration award against BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. The dispute related to money damages for oil production shortfalls caused by the 2006 pipeline leaks and pipeline replacements in the Prudhoe Bay oilfield.
Anchorage, Alaska – The Anchorage Superior Court Monday issued a decision upholding the Parental Notification Law, ruling that with minor modifications, the law satisfies the Alaska Constitution.
Attorney General Michael C. Geraghty announced Friday that Alaska, other states and the federal government have reached a settlement with an international health care company. Abbott Laboratories has agreed to pay $1.5 billion to settle federal and state claims that it illegally distributed, marketed and sold the anti-seizure medication Depakote for uses not approved by […]
On September 21, 2012, 61 year old Eileen Small and 64 year old Herbert Small, of Ketchikan, were sentenced by Judge William Carey for medical assistance fraud.
National foreclosure settlement includes approximately $1.5 billion for payments.
Anchorage, Alaska – A unanimous Alaska Supreme Court decided on Friday of last week in the State v. Carlson case to cut approximately $50 million from a judgment awarded to nonresident commercial fishermen who had filed a class action lawsuit against the Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission. In so doing, the court overturned one of […]