Press Releases : Massachusetts

Attorney General Platkin Co-Leads Amicus Brief Supporting Pennsylvania Law Barring Concealed Carry Weapons by Individuals Under 21

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin co-led a coalition of 19 attorneys general filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit urging that court to revisit an opinion striking down a Pennsylvania law prohibiting individuals under the age of 21 from carrying concealed weapons in public and imposing additional restrictions during declared states of emergency.

Florida-Based Broker-Dealers to Refund New Jersey Investors Charged Unreasonable Commissions on Small-Dollar Transactions

The Office of the Attorney General and the Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that the Bureau of Securities has joined a multi-state settlement with two Florida- based broker-dealers that have agreed to pay at least $8.25 million in refunds to investors who were charged unreasonable commission fees on small-dollar transactions.

Attorney General Platkin Co-Leads Multistate Amicus Brief to Uphold Laws Restricting Gun Magazine Capacity

Coalition of 17 Attorneys General Argue Large-Capacity Magazines are Not Covered by the Second Amendment.

AG Platkin, 41 Other Attorneys General Sue Meta for Harms to Youth from Instagram, Facebook

Company Falsely Assured the Public That Features Were Safe for Young Users.

AG Platkin: No-Poach Agreements Are Presumptively Illegal

New Jersey Leads Filing of Amicus Brief to Protect Workers From Unfair and Anticompetitive Labor Practices.

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