Tag:Department of Justice
Fortnite Developer Epic Games Agrees to Pay $275 Million for Alleged Violations of Children’s Privacy Law
Epic Games agreed to pay $275 million in civil penalties, the largest civil penalty ever imposed for a COPPA violation.
The dismissal appears to be the last chapter in a lengthy antitrust case which took place in Colorado’s federal court over several years.
The Department of Justice has awarded $288,791 in support of the Project Safe Neighborhoods Program in Colorado, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado.
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Justice Department Will Award $57 Million to Justice System Reforms and Racial Equity Programs, Initiatives
The DOJ said it’ll award nearly $57 million to criminal justice reform and racial equity programs in the criminal justice system.
Corporate Counsel Insight
A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.
City of Denver and Concert Promoters Settle Claims They Overcharged for Wheelchair-Accessible Seating at Red Rocks Amphitheatre
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced the City and County of Denver and concert promoters for Red Rocks resolved an ADA discrimination claim.
The Department of Justice reached a settlement July 18 with Uber resolving a lawsuit alleging the company violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Uber Agrees to Pay More Than $1.7 Million to Resolve Lawsuit for Overcharging People with Disabilities
The DOJ announced a settlement agreement on July 18 with Uber to resolve allegations it violated the ADA with wait time charges.