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Daimler agrees U.S. settlement over diesel emissions

August 13, 2020
Daimler has reached an agreement to settle U.S. proceedings relating to investigations into software to cheat diesel emissions tests that will result in costs of about $1.5 billion, the German carmaker said on Thursday.

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AG Brnovich obtains $22.5 million judgment and injunction against Eonsmoke

August 11, 2020
Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that the Arizona Attorney General's Office (AGO) obtained a $22.5 million judgment and a permanent injunction against vaping peddler Eonsmoke, LLC.

Novartis Pharmaceuticals to pay $4.4 million to resolve medicaid fraud allegations

August 7, 2020
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced that Maryland will receive more than $4.4 million to resolve allegations that Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation paid kickbacks to health care practitioners in the form of cash, meals, entertainment, and honoraria payments to induce them to prescribe various medications that treat hypertension or Type 2 Diabetes.

Online travel agency Rocketmiles must pay Washingtonians $300,000 over hidden fees

August 3, 2020
Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that, as a result of his office’s multiyear investigation into online travel agency Rocketmiles, Washington consumers can now file claims to receive their share of a $300,000 recovery.

Poland fines Gazprom $57 million over Nord Stream 2

August 3, 2020
The penalty imposed on Gazprom is related to the proceedings conducted with regard to the creation of a consortium financing the construction of Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline without a required consent of the President of UOKIK.

Misuga Kaiun fined $1.5 million for concealing illegal discharges of oily water

August 1, 2020
Misuga Kaiun Co. Ltd., a Japanese-based company engaged in international shipping, was sentenced in federal court before U.S. District Court Judge Paul G. Byron in Orlando, Florida.

Indivior to pay $10 million to consumers, settling FTC Charges over addiction treatment

July 27, 2020
Indivior, Inc. has agreed to pay $10 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it violated antitrust laws through a deceptive scheme to thwart lower priced generic competition with its branded opioid replacement therapy drug Suboxone.

New Zealand: Company and fishers sentenced for bottom trawling in Benthic Protected Area

July 25, 2020
Sealord Group Limited has been ordered to forfeit a US$16 million vessel and fined $24,000 in the Nelson District Court for bottom trawling in a protected area.

Charter Communications to pay $255,000 to thousands of Washingtonians over hidden fee

July 24, 2020
Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that Connecticut-based telecommunications and mass media company Charter Communications will pay more than $255,000 to Washingtonians after failing to disclose its Broadcast TV Surcharge to customers who ordered the company’s services online.

Taro Pharma agrees to pay $205m to settle U.S. price fixing charges

July 24, 2020
Taro Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc. has been charged for conspiring to fix prices, allocate customers, and rig bids for generic drugs, the Department of Justice announced.
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