Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that the state will be paid $2 million by Johnson & Johnson as part of national settlement to resolve allegations that the New Jersey-based pharmaceutical manufacturer fraudulently marketed the antipsychotic drugs Risperdal and Invega.
Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that UBS Financial Services, Inc. has paid the Delaware Department of Justice $70,077 as a result of a settlement with the Attorney General’s Investor Protection Unit. The settlement resolves a multi-state investigation which found that UBS failed to ensure that its agents were properly registered in Delaware and other states.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that he and 46 of his colleagues have reached a settlement with a Connecticut-based company and its subsidiaries that tricked customers into signing up and paying for discount clubs and membership.
Insurance Commissioner Stewart Warns Delawareans to Beware of Fraud Related to the Affordable Care Act
Delaware’s Insurance Commissioner is advising consumers to be aware of scams that attempt to steal personal information through bogus websites and phone calls claiming to be related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare.
Attorney General Beau Biden today warned Delawareans to be on the lookout for phone scammers promising free medical alert devices to consumers.