Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh News

Maryland Home Builder to Pay More Than $700K for Violating Consumer Protection Laws

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has announced that his Consumer Protection Division issued a final order finding that Clark P. Turner and Clark Turner Homes LLC of Harford County violated Maryland’s Consumer Protection Act, New Home Deposits Act and …

Maryland Attorney General Says Closed Mill is Still Polluting the Potomac

Maryland’s attorney general says byproducts from a closed paper mill are continuing to pollute the Potomac River. The Baltimore Sun reports that AG Brian Frosh made the claims in a federal lawsuit that was filed Thursday. The suit involves a …

Maryland, Virginia, D.C. Intend to Sue EPA on Bay Pollution

Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia filed a notice of intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to require two other states to implement plans to cut pollution in the Chesapeake Bay, officials said Monday. EPA Administrator …

Maryland Suing EPA on Power Plant Pollution in Other States

Maryland is suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to act on a petition requiring power plants in five upwind states to reduce pollution, the state’s attorney general and an official in Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration said Wednesday. The …

Bonding Requirement Added for Maryland Structured Settlement Companies

A new bonding requirement for structured settlement factoring companies in Maryland took effect on October 1. The bonding requirement was introduced with the passing of Maryland Senate Bill 734 which specifies a number of new conditions for structured settlement transfers …

States to Sue VW Over Diesel Scandal

New York and Maryland are among several states planning to sue Volkswagen AG over the environmental damage done by devices that were designed by the carmaker to cheat on pollution-control tests. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Monday in a …