Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: Maryland Office of the Attorney General

Baltimore defense attorney pleads guilty to obstruction of justice (access required)

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story misstated the facts the defendant admitted to as part of his plea agreement, which were detailed in a news release from the Maryland Office of the Attorney General. The Attorney General’s Office ...

Read More »

AG voids hundreds of predatory loans, orders $2.2M in restitution (access required)

A loan business was ordered Friday to pay $2.2 million to consumers for making unlicensed and predatory title loans. Cash-N-Go Inc. and its owner, Brent M. Jackson, were charged by the Maryland Office of the Attorney General last year with ...

Read More »

MDE alleges closed paper mill is polluting Potomac River (access required)

A now-closed paper mill in Western Maryland is accused of polluting the North Branch of the Potomac River by improperly dumping “pulping liquor,” which sparked complaints over the summer. Luke Paper Mill, in Allegany County, manufactured paper products until its ...

Read More »

AG orders former surrogacy firm to pay $2M in penalties and fees (access required)

The Maryland Office of the Attorney General ordered an Annapolis-based surrogacy company facing state and federal investigations for defrauding customers to pay more than $2 million in penalties and restitution Wednesday. The state issued a final order against Greg Blosser ...

Read More »

AG reports $2.5M saved in FY19 health care disputes (access required)

The Maryland Office of the Attorney General reported Wednesday that more than 1,900 health care cost dispute cases were closed in fiscal year 2019, saving or recovering nearly $2.5 million for patients. The Health Education and Advocacy Unit (HEAU) within ...

Read More »

Md., neighboring states announce settlement with ‘sham charity’ (access required)

A for-profit company that misrepresented itself as a charity supporting service members will pay nearly $300,000 in restitution and cease operations as part of a multistate settlement announced Wednesday by Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and Maryland Secretary of State John ...

Read More »

Purdue Pharma added to Maryland AG action against Sackler family (access required)

Two weeks after filing an administrative action against the family behind Purdue Pharma, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has charged the company as well, accusing various Purdue entities of using unfair and deceptive trade practices to market prescription opioids. ...

Read More »

Annapolis-based surrogacy firm charged with federal wire fraud (access required)

The owner of an Annapolis-based surrogacy service provider already facing charges from the Maryland Office of the Attorney General was charged federally on Thursday for allegedly defrauding clients. Gregory Ray Blosser, owner of The Surrogacy Group LLC, was charged with ...

Read More »