The AG State Report – 16.06.2022 | Cozen O’Connor

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Texas AG Ken Paxton has reached an agreement with Vision Path, Inc. to resolve allegations that Vision Path’s Hubble contact lens business violated Texas deceptive marketing practices law.
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South Carolina: Incumbent AG Alan Wilson emerged victorious in the state’s GOP primary, positioning him as the likely winner of the fall general election. Wilson, first elected in 2010, is currently serving his third term. No Democrats entered the race.
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A bipartisan coalition of AGs from 27 states, the District of Columbia and three territories has called on the FDA to deny marketing authorization to non-tobacco (NTN) nicotine products that are currently marketed unsupervised regulatory.
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The FTC has reached an agreement with JAB Consumer Partners, owner of Compassion-First Pet Hospitals and National Veterinary Associates, Inc., two companies that operate chains of veterinary clinics providing general, specialty and emergency care, and SAGE Veterinary Partners , LLC to resolve allegations that JAB’s proposed $1.1 billion acquisition of SAGE would have a material anticompetitive impact in violation of the FTC Act and the Clayton Act.
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Connecticut AG William Tong sued Reynold Consumer Products, Inc. and Reynolds Consumer Products LLC (collectively “Reynolds”), makers of Hefty branded trash bags, for allegations that Reynolds falsely and deceptively marketed Hefty trash bags as “recycling bags” when they knew their bags were incompatible with Connecticut’s recycling facilities, in violation of Connecticut’s unfair trade practices law.
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On June 9, the CFPB launched an investigation into financial practices and products that could lead to employees getting into debt with their employer.
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