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Class is in session: the Higher Ed webinar series is here

August 27, 2018
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This special webinar series will touch on subjects that will impact educational institutions of all types. Register now for our first webinar on August 28, covering student litigation. READ MORE

Arbitration provisions in enrollment agreements appear to be safe in light of Supreme Court ruling

Jeff Fink June 7, 2018
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A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding the enforcement of arbitration agreements in employment contracts likely extends the same benefit to institutions of higher education on an issue of key importance in recent years: The ability of schools to include arbitration provisions in their enrollment agreements. READ MORE

Education malpractice and student litigation: Achieving early dismissal

Kim Bousquet May 10, 2016
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How should an institution go about exposing educational malpractice claims? The first, and simplest, option is to move to dismiss the offending claims. Because claims involving educational malpractice can often be determined from the face of the complaint, courts will find that they are barred as a matter of law. READ MORE

Education malpractice and student litigation: New lessons learned

Kim Bousquet April 26, 2016
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We begin today a three-part series exploring recent cases that have attempted to repackage education malpractice claims into various types of breach of contract or negligence actions. READ MORE