AZ Attorney General's Office Seeks to Intervene in Federal Appeal to Stop Serial Litigator

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a motion to intervene in a pending federal appeal Friday in a continuation of his efforts to stop improper serial lawsuits filed by Mr. Peter Strojnik against Arizona businesses.

Federal Court Ruling in FTC v. AbbVie

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joe Simons issued the following statement regarding the decision by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in the case FTC v. AbbVie. The court ruled that AbbVie used sham litigation to illegally maintain its monopoly over the testosterone replacement drug Androgel, and ordered $448 million in monetary relief to consumers who were overcharged for Androgel as a result of AbbVie’s conduct. This court order represents the largest monetary award ever in a litigated FTC antitrust case.

Grow Economy Grow

Phoenix, Arizona - With over 20,000 farms and ranches in Arizona, the agriculture industry plays a vital role in our state’s economy. The state’s agriculture industry has an economic impact of $23.3 billion and supports over 138,000 jobs in Arizona (2014).

Promoting Economic Freedom

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona has made it a priority to eliminate burdensome rules that hamper innovation. It’s this priority that has created an environment for Arizona businesses and entrepreneurs to develop, innovate, grow and expand.

Quality Inn parking lot Homicide

Yuma, Arizona - On Saturday, at approximately 5:01a.m., Officers from the Yuma Police Department responded to the 1600 block of Riley Avenue, in reference to a shots fired call.