News & Updates
The District’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act grants District consumers the right to complete, accurate, and timely information whenever they purchase goods or services—including when they place orders at restaurants.
Consumer Alert: Questions and Answers on Abortion Care and Freedom of Expression in the District of Columbia
At the Office of Attorney General, we stand up for people’s rights, including their rights to access health care and to peacefully protest.
Big Tech companies have misled District consumers, charged excessive amounts for services, consolidated power and stifled competition, and skirted District laws to illegally reap more profits at the expense of consumers and workers.
Since 2019, OAG has obtained more than $544,000 in judgments and settlements for violations of the District’s financial exploitation statute.
The Office of Consumer Protections has secured more than $125 million in penalties, restitution for DC consumers, and other payments through lawsuits and legal action since 2015.
Far too often, OAG has seen employers cheat District workers out of hard-earned wages and break the law to gain an unfair edge over competitors.
The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has been using all the tools in our toolbox to preserve existing housing and protect tenants.
T-Mobile customers should take action to protect their identities, as their data may be for sale on the dark web
Residents who were impacted by the massive data breach announced by T-Mobile in August 2021 should take steps to protect their information from identity theft, because they are at heightened risk as a result of the breach.