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Colorado is part of a $90.8 million multi-state settlement with UBS over allegations that the bank engaged in anti-competitive conduct in the municipal bonds deritive industry. The settlement is one component of a coordinated law enforcement and regulatory action involving the U.S. Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Internal Revenue Service.… Continue Reading Colo. settles with UBS over misconduct allegations

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Colorado will received $425,000 as part of a multi-state settlement with Dannon about allegations that the food company made unsubstantiated claims concerning the health benefits of its Activa and DanActive products. The $21 million settlement is the largest multi-state settlement based on the improper marketing of a food product. Under the 39-state agreement, Dannon will… Continue Reading Colorado to get money from Dannon marketing settlement

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Pinnacol to pay $15 million to policy holders

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State workers’ compensation insurer, Pinnacol Assurance, will have to pay $15 million back to some of its policy holders and an $80,000 civil penalty under a settlement announced today with the Division of Insurance. The division discovered some irregularities with the way Pinnacol was determining rates for workers’ compensation claims. The company is a quasi-governmental… Continue Reading Pinnacol to pay $15 million to policy holders

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State, Ameritrade reach settlement

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The Colorado Division of Securities has reached a $2.9 million settlement with TD Ameritrade. Under the agreement, Ameritrade will buy back $2.9 million worth of auction rate securities from retail Colorado investors who found themselves unable to sell their securities after they’d been frozen in the auction rate securities market. The settlement – the tenth… Continue Reading State, Ameritrade reach settlement

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Colorado receives $1.2 million dental settlement

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 Colorado will receive more than $1.2 million as part of a $24 million multistage settlement with Forba Holdings LLC, a dental management company. The company provided management services to Small Smiles dental clinics nationwide. The settlement resolves allegations that started during 2006, which said bills were submitted to the state for medically unnecessary dental services… Continue Reading Colorado receives $1.2 million dental settlement

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Four pharmaceutical manufacturers have paid the state $3 million to settle claims they improperly marketed drugs and paid kickbacks to health care professionals in return for prescribing their products. Each of the four settlements stem from the damage these schemes caused to Colorado’s Medicaid program. “Colorado’s Medicaid program provides essential health services to the neediest… Continue Reading Pharm companies pay up to settle marketing-scheme allegations

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Colorado will receive $3.5 million as part of two settlements with drug manufacturer Pfizer, including $2.8 million as part of a $1 billion Medicaid multistate settlement and $705,000 as part of a $33 million non-Medicaid multistate settlement. Continue Reading Colorado gets $3.5 million from drug settlement

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers’ office has banned seven loan-modification companies from doing business in Colorado because they either failed to deliver promised results or engaged in deceptive advertising. The firms are Eugene Alkana Law Firm, doing business as Legal Home Solutions; Infinity Group Funding; NC Home Solutions; Traut Law Group; Nationwide Modification Center Inc.; Rescue… Continue Reading AG bans seven loan companies from doing business in Colorado

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