Offense on Defense

Williams, Rochelle
April 2002
Bond Buyer;4/12/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31364, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on the lawsuit filed by the state attorney general's office against anti-tax crusader Tim Eyman and his political action committee in Washington. Background of the case; Penalties imposed; Details of the allegations against Eyman.


Related Articles

  • TAX LITIGATION PRIMER. Miller, Maxwell A. // Corporate Business Taxation Monthly;Nov2000, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p16 

    Explores the processes of state tax litigation and ways to represent a taxpayer successfully. Attributes that tax litigators must possess; Significance of presumption of assessment correctness in tax litigation; Limitations of cross-examination when used in tax litigation.

  • Makers of Lead Paint Sued. Blake, Kevin // Consumers' Research Magazine;Nov99, Vol. 82 Issue 11, p38 

    Reports on the lawsuit against eight paint manufacturers and a lead industry group filed by the Rhode Island attorney general. Purpose of the suit; Accusation against the defendants; Implication of the suit to tobacco companies.

  • Health Plan Accused. Fager, Chuck // Christianity Today;04/02/2001, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p23 

    Reports on the lawsuit filed against the founder of Christian Brotherhood Newsletter by the attorney general of Ohio in December 2000. Details on the allegations; Operation of Christian Brotherhood; Discussion on the relationship of the founder Bruce Hawthorne with an exotic dancer; Description...

  • Kaiser sued again in Texas.  // Business Insurance;07/27/98, Vol. 32 Issue 30, p2 

    Reports that a second lawsuit has been filed against the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Texas from the attorney general of Texas, alleging that Kaiser has violated a 1995 settlement agreement regarding its emergency care practices. When the lawsuit was filed; Reference to the settlement of a...

  • Republican Shakedown.  // Multinational Monitor;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 24 Issue 7/8, p4 

    Reveals that Republican state attorneys general in six states telephoned corporations or trade groups subject to lawsuits by their state governments to solicit funds in political contributions, according to internal fundraising documents obtained by the "Washington Post." Companies solicited by...

  • State tobacco deal may ease up on giveaway ban. Teinowitz, Ira // Advertising Age;9/14/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 37, p64 

    Reports that eight state attorneys generals are hoping to get an accord which would end their lawsuits against tobacco marketers. Reasons; Possible deal by the end of October.

  • OHIO WON'T JOIN GLOBAL WARMING LAWSUIT.  // Coal Age;Sep2004, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p24 

    Reports on the refusal of Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro to join a global warming lawsuit filed by attorneys general from eight states in the U.S. Background on the lawsuit; Reasons behind the refusal of Petro.

  • Big Tobacco and States Unite Against Smokers. Bader, Hans // Human Events;8/29/2005, Vol. 61 Issue 29, p12 

    Focuses on a deal established by U.S. states with four major tobacco companies which necessitated state attorneys general to drop their lawsuits against the firms and protect them against competition. Lawsuit filed by the Competitive Enterprise Institute challenging the settlement agreement;...

  • Majors face huge pay-out in US after lawsuit forces settlement. Jones, Joanna // Music Week;10/12/2002, Issue 41, p6 

    Reports on the decision of U.S. attorney generals in 43 states regarding settlement of price-fixing charges brought against five major record companies and several retailers. Information about the lawsuit that led to the decision; Terms of settlement between the companies and the states;...


Read the Article


Sign out of this library

Other Topics