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    Photo: Kenneth Nixon hugs his mother after being released from prison after 16 years.   Today, Wayne County Judge Bruce Morrow set aside the conviction of Mr. Kenneth Nixon. Nixon was wrongfully convicted of murder, attempted murder and arson in 2005. Assistant Prosecutor Valerie Newman, Director of the Wayne County Prosecutor Office’s Conviction Integrity Unit, moved […]

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    17 février 2021 Attorney General James Files Lawsuit Against Amazon for Failing to Protect Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic

    Amazon Refused to Put Adequate Safety Measures in Place, Retaliated Against Workers Who Reported Safety Concerns New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against Amazon over its failures to provide adequate health and safety measures for employees at the company’s New York facilities and Amazon’s retaliatory actions against multiple employees amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In failing to maintain a […]

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    15 février 2021 Attorney General James Sues Private Equity Fund Manager for Ponzi-Like Investment Scheme that Defrauded Investors Out of More Than $700 Million

    Defendants Diverted Investor Monies to Pay Off Other Investors, Subsidize Luxury Travel and Purchase Ferrari New York Investors Alone Invested More Than $150 Million NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today filed a lawsuit against a New York private equity fund manager and five co-defendants for defrauding investors across the country out of […]

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  4. 16 janvier 2021 NRA’s Financial Status Finally Matches Moral Status: Bankrupt

    AG James’ Legal Fight Against NRA to Continue Undeterred New York Attorney General Letitia James today released the following statement after the National Rifle Association (NRA) declared it would seek bankruptcy protections in federal court, as well as sought to reincorporate its nonprofit status in the state of Texas: “The NRA’s claimed financial status has […]

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  5. 31 décembre 2020 Attorney General James and Governor Cuomo Renew Suspension of State Debt Collection for Ninth Time as Coronavirus Continues to Impact New Yorkers’ Wallets

    New Yorkers with Student and Medical Debt Referred to AG’s Office Will Have Payments Automatically Frozen Through January 31, 2021 New York Attorney General Letitia James and Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the state will renew, for the ninth time, an order to halt the collection of medical and student debt owed to […]

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  6. 28 décembre 2020 Attorney General James Issues Alert to Protect New Yorkers from Coronavirus Vaccine Scams

    New York Attorney General Letitia James today issued an alert to warn New Yorkers about potential scams offering early access to a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine. While New York has begun the process of vaccinating nursing home residents, nursing home staff who regularly interact with patients, and high-risk medical workers, the vaccine will not […]

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    20 décembre 2020 An open lettre to President Trump

    Dear Mr. President, My dear Donald, Being about the same age, I’ll be 80 soon, I take this opportunity to salute you as you are leaving the White House. Boy, you’re the champion bluffer. You used bluff to the very last minute. I command you for this. You never never despair, success is your rule. […]

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  8. 18 décembre 2020 Attorney General James Sues to End Google’s Illegal Monopolies

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 17, 2020 Attorney General’s Press Office/212-416-8060 nyag.pressoffice@ag.ny.gov Attorney General James Sues to End Google’s Illegal Monopolies AG James Helps Lead Bipartisan Coalition of 38 AGs Alleging Google Illegally Maintained Monopolies, Created Insurmountable Barriers to Entry for Competitors NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today continued her work fighting for […]

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  9. 9 décembre 2020 Attorney General James Leads Multistate Lawsuit Seeking to End Facebook’s Illegal Monopoly

    AG James Leads Bipartisan Coalition of 48 Attorneys General Charging Anticompetitive Conduct Facebook Thwarted Competition, Reduced Consumer Privacy for Profits New York Attorney General Letitia James today filed a lawsuit against Facebook Inc., alleging that the company has and continues today to illegally stifle competition to protect its monopoly power. The lawsuit alleges that, over the last decade, the […]

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  10. 28 novembre 2020 Attorney General James Report Finds That Professional Fundraisers Retain Nearly One-Third of Charitable Campaign Donations; Some Retain More Than Half

    New “Pennies for Charity” Report – Released Ahead of Giving Tuesday – Details Costs of Fundraising Campaigns Conducted by Professional Fundraisers; In 2019, Professional Fundraisers Pocketed Nearly $365 Million Report Also Offers Key Tips for Donors: Be Careful with Charitable Giving; Not All Fundraisers Are Created Equal In preparation for Giving Tuesday and the holiday season, […]

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