Attorney General Mark R. Herring's reorganized Consumer Protection Section has reached a settlement with Donorworx, Inc., a professional fundraiser, to resolve alleged violations of the Virginia Solicitation of Contributions Law (VSOC Law) which governs the solicitation of contributions by, or on behalf of, charitable organizations and includes certain registration, reporting, and disclosure requirements.
In a case before the Virginia Court of Appeals, Attorney General Mark R. Herring's office has successfully defended Virginia's statute that bans "displaying [a] noose on property of another or a highway or other public place with intent to intimidate.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring and his newly reorganized and expanded Consumer Protection Section are reminding Virginia consumers to be aware of their rights as Black Friday approaches and the holiday shopping season begins.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring today announced the completion of an expansion and reorganization of his Consumer Protection Section to protect Virginia consumers from abusive and illegal business practices.
Beginning today, Virginians with excess or unused prescription opioids or other drugs can pick up a drug deactivation kit at one of dozens of locations throughout the Commonwealth.