From suing drug companies over price fixing to seeking financial aid for disabled vets, state attorneys general pushed their legal causes in May, taking nine major actions in one of their busiest months on record.
Bernard Nash, co-chair of Cozen O’Connor’s state attorney general practice in Washington, D.C., said Monday the nine actions in May “may be a record. We don’t really track it numerically, but the previous high number we saw appears to be seven in July of 2018.” Nash’s law firm publishes a weekly newsletter of major state attorneys general actions.
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