National Association of Attorneys General
Volume 1, Number 2
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The ABCs of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
Peter Levin, Project Director and Chief Counsel, Tobacco Project
The NAAG Tobacco Project coordinates and supports state enforcement, implementation and defense of the 1998 tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) and related state legislation.
Federalism In The Roberts Court
Dan Schweitzer, Supreme Court Counsel
One of the foremost legacies of the Rehnquist Court is its “Federalism Revolution.”
Rogue Internet Pharmacies: Is S. 980 the Answer?
Judy McKee, Project Coordinator and Counsel, End of Life Health Care
End of Life Health Care Project Coordinator and Counsel Judy McKee discusses the rapid rise of rogue Internet pharmacies --- the legal challenges they present and the serious medical dangers they pose to consumers.
The Housing Bust and Approaches to the Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis
Dennis Cuevas, Project Director and Chief Counsel, Consumer Protection and Telemarketing Fraud
For many homeowners, the unexpected housing boom that started in 2001 represented double digit gains in the value of their homes and newly found untapped equity.
FTC Commissioner Cites Benefits of Cooperative Law Enforcement
Emily Myers, Antitrust and Special Projects Counsel
One hundred years ago, Missouri Attorney General Herbert S. Hadley called his fellow Attorneys General together in St. Louis, Missouri to discuss ways to attack the monopolistic behavior of Standard Oil.
Erjona Fatusha, Senior Paralegal, Tobacco Project
Usually, Erjona Fatusha must repeat her name several times to ensure that new colleagues pronounce her name properly.