All New York Attorney General articles

  • MoneyGram

    CFPB, NYAG sue MoneyGram to halt ‘long pattern of misconduct’


    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against MoneyGram in federal court, alleging the money remittance company has failed to fulfill the compliance obligations placed upon it in previous enforcement actions.

  • SEC

    TIAA subsidiary to pay $97M over wealth advisory sales practices


    A subsidiary of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America has agreed to pay $97 million to settle charges of inaccurate and misleading statements and failing to adequately disclose conflicts of interest regarding employer-sponsored retirement plans.

  • Brasseur_opinion

    NRA shot itself in foot with poor compliance commitment


    The New York Attorney General’s lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association might not play out as intended, but it nevertheless exposes a number of systemic compliance flaws at the organization that appear to still need to be addressed.

  • New York Supreme Court

    New York AG cites ‘culture of noncompliance’ in NRA fraud lawsuit


    Central to the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association are allegations that the nonprofit’s “culture of noncompliance” allowed EVP Wayne LaPierre and three other NRA officers to steal $64 million from the organization over three years.

  • Blog post

    NY federal judge declares CFPB unconstitutional


    With latest volley in ongoing debates over the constitutionality of the CFPB, a federal judge in New York ruled on Thursday that the Bureau’s current structure is unconstitutional.