DENVER (AP) - Attorney General John Suthers says Office Depot has agreed to offer refunds to nearly 115 Colorado governmental agencies and nonprofits for high cost plans.
Suthers says under the agreement, Office Depot will refund those Colorado customers up to $189,000. Suthers said the customers were placed on... more »
A Denver District Court judge has ordered Glenn Jessen, 41, to pay more than $1.7 million in restitution for accepting payment for but not performing roofing work for Denver and Colorado Springs homeowners. Jessen is the former president of Claim Specialists International, Inc.
The court also ordered Jessen to... more »
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has unveiled his top ten list of consumer complaints to mark the beginning of National Consumer Protection Week.
During the 2010 calendar year, Colorado consumers filed 6,462 complaints with the Office of the Attorney General - a nearly 37 percent increase over 2009's total... more »
DENVER (AP)-Colorado's new secretary of state has changed his mind on taking a side job that earned him widespread criticism from both parties.
Republican Scott Gessler, who oversees elections, said last month that he couldn't get by on his official annual salary of $68,500 and would take a side... more »
Former Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher has been appointed Deputy Attorney General overseeing the Colorado Department of Law's State Services Section.
"I am pleased to welcome Bernie to my senior staff," Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said. "Bernie is a proven leader and manager. His breadth of experience... more »
DENVER (AP) - Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce was in court Tuesday to fight a subpoena as a spokesman for Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that Bruce was finally served with another subpoena after more than 30 attempts.
Bruce was in court Tuesday fighting a subpoena ordering him to... more »
DENVER (AP) - Colorado and 32 other states will share a $173 million antitrust settlement with computer chip makers.
Attorney General John Suthers said Thursday the states have settled a lawsuit accusing six manufacturers of artificially pushing up the price of dynamic random access memory chips, or DRAM chips.... more »
A Statewide Grand Jury has indicted three men suspected of running a $5.7 million investment-fraud scheme. Phillip R. Trujillo, David M. Piatt and Timothy B. Burk are suspected of defrauding 70 investors with promises that their investments would be free from risk and would generate generous returns. The trio also... more »
An El Paso County District Court has issued orders barring a Colorado Springs business, the Immigration Center, and its owners and operators, Charles Doucette, Deborah Stilson and Alfred Boyce, from defrauding consumers in search of assistance in obtaining or completing federal immigration forms.
The Office of the Attorney General... more »
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers went on record Friday, "vehemently opposing" any legislation that embraces a medical marijuana system that uses clinics or dispensaries to distribute medical marijuana.
Suthers says Amendment 20, passed by the voters of Colorado in 2000 allowed patients to grow and possess small amounts of... more »