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Carolyn Tyler Thursday, December 5, 2013

DENVER– The Colorado Attorney General’s Office has filed a civil lawsuit and stipulated consent judgment against Argosy University, Denver and parent company Education Management Corporation (NASDAQ: EDMC). Argosy is accused of deceiving, misleading and financially injuring students seeking doctorate of education in counseling psychology degrees (EdD-CP) in violation of the Colorado Consumer Protection Act.

Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, December 3, 2013

DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced today that the Statewide Grand Jury has indicted Ronald D. Gollehon (D.O.B. 12/22/49) and his companies Open Source Games, Inc., WikiRainforest, Inc,, Gameworking, LLC and others on 56 counts of securities fraud. Gollehon is accused of offering investment opportunities for an online game in development and soon to launch. The indictment is the result of a joint effort between the Attorney General's Office and DORA’s Colorado Division of Securities.

Carolyn Tyler Monday, November 25, 2013

DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that a civil lawsuit was filed and Temporary Restraining Order obtained against Andre Shatyko (D.O.B. 01/01/86), Alexander Kurdyukov (D.O.B. 04/18/87), and their air duct cleaning companies, Seabreeze Air, LLC; Seabreeze Air; Quality Air; Quality Air “LLC”; and Fresh Air, LLC. They are accused of advertising their cleaning services for very low prices, only to significantly increase their prices once inside a customer’s homes. This business model violates the Colorado Consumer Protection Act.

Carolyn Tyler Monday, November 18, 2013

 DENVER — The Statewide Grand Jury indicted nine individuals for targeting distressed homeowners as part of a fraudulent short-sale scheme that allowed the defendants to ultimately defraud the banks and lenders who held the mortgages for the distressed homeowners. The announcement was made today by Colorado Attorney General John Suthers; Ronald Sloan, Director of Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI); Inspector General David Montoya of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-Office of Inspector General (U.S. HUD-OIG); Acting Inspector General Michael P. Stephens of the U.S.

Carolyn Tyler Thursday, November 7, 2013

DENVER—The Colorado Court of Appeals today issued its opinion in a case (2012CA2313) in which a group of plaintiffs challenged a decision of the Colorado Attorney General to approve the transaction in which the Colorado Health Foundation sold its interest in several hospitals in the Denver area to HCA-HealthONE. The Court affirmed the trial court judgment dismissing the lawsuit. Unlike the trial court, which dismissed the case as moot, the Court of Appeals held that the plaintiff lacked standing to contest the Attorney General’s approval of this hospital transfer.

Carolyn Tyler Monday, November 4, 2013
DENVER– Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced that Colorado will receive approximately $7.7 million dollars from Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary, Janssen Pharmaceuticals (NYSE: JNJ) in a settlement resolving allegations of illegal off-label marketing activities of the drugs Risperdal and Invega.
 
The settlement, which includes the federal government, Colorado, and a majority of the states, requires the company to pay a total of $1.2 billion in settlement money.

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