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Delaware, Newark Manor Nursing Home Reach Settlement

This settlement resolves allegations that Newark Manor provided substandard and worthless care to residents of the nursing facility. Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced today that the State of Delaware has reached an agreement with Newark Manor Nursing Home (also known as Premiere Healthcare, Inc.), its owner Bruce Boyer, administrator David Boyer and former administrator Susan […]




Attorney General’s Office Warns Delawareans About Vacation Rental Scams

With people already making summer vacation plans, the Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice warns Delawareans to be careful when looking for a vacation rental. Scammers operating rental schemes find legitimate rental postings and capture the information and photos of the property, and then list it on Craigslist or other online advertising […]




Customers of Improper Credit Services Company Receive Refunds After Settlement

Cornerstone Credit Services no longer operating in Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn announced that 35 Delawareans victimized by a national debt services provider recently received refunds for fees and costs paid for unlawful debt management services rendered by Cornerstone Credit Services, a Wisconsin company. In December 2017, the Wilmington law firm of Cross & Simon […]




Delaware Medicaid Program To Be Reimbursed Almost $900K for Overcharges on EpiPens

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice will join the United States and other states to settle allegations against Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P. (collectively “Mylan”). The settlement will resolve allegations that Mylan knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Medicaid program for the drugs EpiPen and EpiPen […]




Attorney General Denn Confirms Delaware’s Involvement In Ongoing National Opioid Investigation and Begins Steps for Independent State Investigation

In response to a Wall Street Journal article describing a national coalition of Attorneys General investigating whether manufacturers have engaged in unlawful or deceptive practices in the marketing and sale of opioids, Attorney General Denn confirmed Thursday that the Delaware Department of Justice is actively participating in this investigation. Attorney General Denn also announced that […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Fraud and Consumer Protection Division"

Delaware, Newark Manor Nursing Home Reach Settlement

This settlement resolves allegations that Newark Manor provided substandard and worthless care to residents of the nursing facility. Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced today that the State of Delaware has reached an agreement with Newark Manor Nursing Home (also known as Premiere Healthcare, Inc.), its owner Bruce Boyer, administrator David Boyer and former administrator Susan […]




Attorney General’s Office Warns Delawareans About Vacation Rental Scams

With people already making summer vacation plans, the Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice warns Delawareans to be careful when looking for a vacation rental. Scammers operating rental schemes find legitimate rental postings and capture the information and photos of the property, and then list it on Craigslist or other online advertising […]




Customers of Improper Credit Services Company Receive Refunds After Settlement

Cornerstone Credit Services no longer operating in Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn announced that 35 Delawareans victimized by a national debt services provider recently received refunds for fees and costs paid for unlawful debt management services rendered by Cornerstone Credit Services, a Wisconsin company. In December 2017, the Wilmington law firm of Cross & Simon […]




Delaware Medicaid Program To Be Reimbursed Almost $900K for Overcharges on EpiPens

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice will join the United States and other states to settle allegations against Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P. (collectively “Mylan”). The settlement will resolve allegations that Mylan knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Medicaid program for the drugs EpiPen and EpiPen […]




Attorney General Denn Confirms Delaware’s Involvement In Ongoing National Opioid Investigation and Begins Steps for Independent State Investigation

In response to a Wall Street Journal article describing a national coalition of Attorneys General investigating whether manufacturers have engaged in unlawful or deceptive practices in the marketing and sale of opioids, Attorney General Denn confirmed Thursday that the Delaware Department of Justice is actively participating in this investigation. Attorney General Denn also announced that […]