New Jersey continues going after businesses that officials contend took advantage of the disaster that was Hurricane Sandy.
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that Amy Hotels, LLC, d/b/a “Econo Lodge” (“Amy Hotels”) in Egg Harbor Township, has agreed to pay $64,543.96 to resolve the State’s allegations […]
A New Jersey landscaping company is facing charges of price gouging during Superstorm Sandy.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general is inviting consumers to file complaints with her office if they believe they have experienced abnormal and extreme increases in costs for electricity.
Restrictions related to the Feb. 5th ice storm will extend for 30 days after the expiration of the disaster declaration.
State officials say settlements have been reached with nine New Jersey businesses accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy.
Eight New Jersey businesses accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy have reached settlements with the state.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie lashed out at the media during a news conference Friday afternoon over “careless reporting” in the aftermath of Sandy.
Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa on Friday announced the state is suing seven gas stations and a hotel in northern New Jersey.
On Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie announced that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued subpoenas to 65 businesses across the state for Sandy-related price gouging.
Cable TV customers might be in for a refund now that an anti-trust lawsuit against Comcast has been ordered to jury trial by a judge in Philadelphia.