Attorney General Carl C. Danberg and The National Association of Attorneys
General (“NAAG”) announced today the top 10 consumer complaints for 2005 on both a state-wide and national level.
On Friday, July 14, Attorney General Carl C. Danberg filed a lawsuit against seven computer memory chip manufacturers alleging the firms violated antitrust laws by conspiring to fix prices they charged for dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips. DRAM is a widely used form of computer memory that is found in personal computers, servers and other electronic devices.
In a press conference earlier today, Attorney General Carl Danberg announced a new statewide Check Enforcement Program.
WHO: Attorney General Carl C. Danberg Christine Sauers of the Better Business Bureau of Delaware WHAT: Press Conference WHEN: Tuesday, June 6, 2006, 11:00 a.m. WHERE: State of Delaware Department of Justice Carvel State Office Building 820 North French Street 6th Floor Wilmington, DE 19801 WHY: The Attorney General will be announcing a new Check […]
On April 17, 2006, the New Castle County Grand Jury returned a 28-count indictment against Daniel L. Ginsburg and former Delaware Finance Secretary Joseph T. Cashman, charging the two with racketeering, conspiracy, theft, securities fraud, and securities registration violations for activities related to a fraudulent advance fee loan scheme operating in Delaware.
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