Paxton Launches Investigation into S&P Global’s Use of ESG Factors in Credit Ratings, Potentially Violating Consumer Protection Laws
Attorney General Paxton joined a Missouri-led multistate investigation into S&P Global Inc. for potential violations of consumer protection laws.
Paxton Encourages FCC to Adopt Rules Protecting Americans from Illegal Robocalls, Helping Prevent Billions Lost from Scammers
Attorney General Paxton signed a multistate comment letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging them to adopt stricter controls to prevent unsolicited robocalls.
CONSUMER ALERT: Beware Scammers Using Attorney General Paxton’s Name and Signature to Steal Personal Information
Attorney General Paxton today warned Texans of scammers attempting to use Attorney General Paxton’s name, signature, and the Office of the Attorney General seal to get their personal data.
Paxton Announces $439 Million Multistate Settlement With JUUL for Deceptive Marketing and Sales Practices; Texas to Recover $42.8 Million
Attorney General Paxton has secured a $438.5 million agreement in principle between JUUL Labs and 34 states and territories, resolving a two-year bipartisan investigation into the e-cigarette manufacturer’s marketing and sales practices.
Attorney General Paxton Announces the Formation of a Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force
Attorney General Paxton today announced that the State of Texas is joining a nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force with 49 other states to investigate and take legal action against the telecommunications companies responsible for bringing a majority of foreign robocalls into the United States.
Attorney General Ken Paxton secured a temporary restraining order against a business in Houston selling fake forklift training services.
Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a multi-state letter, led by West Virginia, to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding the ongoing baby formula supply issues throughout the United States.
AG Paxton Secures Settlement with Contact Lens Company for its Deceptive Trade Practices Toward Texans
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, through his Consumer Protection Division, has secured a deceptive trade practices settlement against Vision Path, Inc.—specifically, its Hubble contact lens business—in state district court in Bexar County, Texas.
AG Paxton Launches Investigation Against Twitter for Potentially Deceiving Texas Consumers, Texas Businesses Over Fake Bot Accounts
Today Attorney General Ken Paxton launched an investigation against Twitter for potentially false reporting over its fake bot accounts in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
CONSUMER ALERT: AG Paxton Advises Texans on Charitable Giving in the Wake of Uvalde Tragedy; Warns Against Potential Fraudsters
Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning Texans to be aware of scammers amid the Uvalde tragedy.