Consumer Chief of the Month: Fran Oleen, Deputy Attorney General, Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division, Kansas Attorney General’s Office

In 1999, after a three-year stint in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, I joined the Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division of Kansas Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Attorney General under then-Attorney General Carla Stovall. My work included suing unlicensed pharmacies for selling prescription medications to Kansas via the internet, which was a…

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Consumer Chief of the Month: Brian McMath, New Mexico Attorney General’s Office

I came to law school in 2012 because I really wanted to work on “big” things, impactful things that made a difference to a lot of people. I didn’t really know what that meant in practice, but that was the general guiding principle. A law professor recommended I apply at the New Mexico Office of…

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