Tag:Department of Justice
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.
Delta Airlines to Pay $10.5 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations
The DOJ announced Delta Airlines will pay $10.5 million to settle False Claims Act allegations for falsely reporting mail delivery times.
Justice Department Announces Rachel Rossi as Director of the Recently Restored Office for Access to Justice
Deputy Associate Attorney General Rachel Rossi was appointed as director of the recently restored Office for Access to Justice.
TracFone Wireless to Pay $13.4 Million to Settle False Claims Relating to FCC’s Lifeline Program
The DOJ announced TracFone Wireless Inc. agreed to pay $13.4 million to resolve allegations it violated the False Claims Act.
Durango Train Company Agrees to Pay $20 Million to Settle Federal ‘416 Fire’ Lawsuit
A Durango train operator has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a federal lawsuit over a devastating 2018 wildfire.
DOJ Settles with Kroger on Accessibility Violations for COVID-19 Vaccine Website
The DOJ announced a settlement agreement with Kroger that’ll help people with disabilities get information about COVID-19 vaccines and book appointments online.
FTC and DOJ Seek Input on Updating Merger Rules
The FTC and DOJ announced they are seeking public comment on how to update merger guidelines for the modern economy.
Pandemic Drove Historic Lows for Prisoner and Parolee Rates
Prisoner and parole populations in Colorado and the U.S. hit historic lows in 2020, but local predictions expect a steady bounce-back.