There’s a new corporate sheriff in town, with a different name: state attorney general. Well, maybe not so much new, as increasingly fearsome for general counsel.

State attorneys general have expanded their roles in recent years to fill an enforcement void left by some federal agencies, and they are often joining together to form a multistate juggernaut of litigation, according to Daniel Suvor, counsel in the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers.

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