• Illinois, other states settle with Johnson & Johnson for $33 million

    The states alleged that Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil-PPC committed consumer fraud by selling drugs that it falsely claimed were manufactured following federal practices. The Food and Drug Administration found some facilities didn't comply with the practices between 2009 and 2011, according to Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office.

    Chicago Tribune, May 24, 2017


  • Target Agrees to Settlement After Massive Data Breach

    "Target was absolutely the tipping point in the public's perception that ID theft is real, and retailers recognizing they could no longer not invest in data security,” Madigan said.

    NBC Chicago, May 23, 2017
  • Madigan & 14 AGs Urge Department Of Justice To Rescind Harsh New Sentencing Guidelines

    “Pursuing the toughest criminal penalties against defendants is an outdated approach that has not lowered recidivism rates or reduced crime,” Attorney General Madigan said. “We need the Justice Department to be at the forefront of implementing proven policies to reform our criminal justice system in ways that lower prison populations and make our communities safer.”

    eNews Park Forest, May 19, 2017


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