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Attorney general sues HSBC over foreclosures

ALBANY — New York’s attorney general is suing HSBC Bank USA and HSBC Mortgage Corp., claiming they’re failing to set timely foreclosure settlement conferences required by state law. The law says mortgage lenders who sue to foreclose on residential homeowners ...

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AG tours Rochester gun show

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced Saturday that three more gun show operators have agreed to follow the model gun show procedures developed by the Attorney General’s Office to promote uniform gun show operations across the state. As a result ...

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AG: Charities raise $400M for Sandy relief

NEW YORK — Charities in New York state have collectively raised more than $400 million for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, the state’s attorney general said Thursday. A survey of 88 nonprofit groups by Eric Schneiderman’s office found that as of ...

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Attorney general unveils year-end review

The office of Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has issued an end-of-the-year review detailing many of its accomplishments in areas including economic justice, public safety, taxpayer protection, public integrity, civil rights, labor enforcement and environmental protection. “Across every bureau, our ...

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AG defends state gun laws

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has announced that his office has won a major court victory in defense of New York state’s gun safety laws. In a unanimous decision in the case of Kachalsky, et al. v. County of Westchester ...

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