AG Platkin, Division on Civil Rights Take Enforcement Action Against Telecommunications Company for Alleged Disability Discrimination

Prince Telecom Allegedly Refused to Hire an Employment Candidate Who Legally Used Medical Marijuana.

AG Platkin Announces Consent Order With Restaurant that Allegedly Discriminated on the Basis of Gender Identity in Violation of Law Against Discrimination

Asbury Park Restaurant Agrees to Broad Equitable Relief, to Adopt New Gender-Neutral Dress Code, and to Pay Penalty.

Attorney General Platkin Co-Leads National Effort to Defend Title IX’s Protections for Students

New Jersey, Multistate Coalition File Briefs in Six Lawsuits Attempting to Halt Education Department’s Final Rule Protecting Students from Sex-Based Discrimination.

AG Platkin: Walmart Agrees to Pay $1.64 Million Settlement to Resolve Allegations of Unlawful Pricing Practices at Retail Stores Statewide

Record Settlement for NJ Office of Weights & Measures Includes $1.61 Million Civil Penalty.

Attorney General Platkin, Division of Consumer Affairs Announce Nationwide $10 Million Settlement with Major Wireless Carriers

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Division of Consumer Affairs, together with 50 other attorneys general, announced a $10.25 million agreement with the nation’s largest cell phone companies to resolve an investigation into their allegedly misleading and confusing advertising and sales tactics.

AG Platkin, Division of Consumer Affairs Announce Proposed Rules to Combat Sexual Misconduct and Abuse in Physician Exam Rooms

Advancing New Jersey’s ongoing efforts to combat sexual misconduct and abuse in professional settings, Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Division of Consumer Affairs (“Division”) today announced the publication of proposed rules to enhance and expand patient protections and help prevent sexual misconduct by physicians.