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Cooley LLP
The CSAAVE has extended the comment period on the proposed rulemaking until March 16.
Cooley LLP
This is the first in a series of blog posts on these bills.
Davis & Gilbert
When the Illinois court ruled on the motion to dismiss on this question of preemption in 2017, the court looked to the Second Circuit's decision in
Bowditch & Dewey
On April 10, 2019, the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued an interesting decision on a First Amendment retaliation claim.
Ford & Harrison LLP
Since Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990 and state legislatures enacted their own protections requiring employers to accommodate disabled workers
Cooley LLP
These rules – except as described below – are applicable to All institutions participating in the Title IV programs.
Dentons
The following deep dive comes by way of Dentons 50 partner firm Mannis Canning & Associates.
Bowditch & Dewey
In 1965, Congress enacted the Higher Education Act (HEA), with the goals of establishing financial aid and strengthening educational resources in higher education.
Thompson Coburn LLP
In today's highly competitive world, all institutions of higher education must engage in marketing, directly or indirectly.
Hogan Lovells
Over the last few months state legislatures have put forward various bills that would increase regulation of postsecondary education.
Proskauer Rose LLP
There are more than one million students enrolled in New York City public schools, making it the largest school system in the United States. Yet each student enrolled is unique
Davis & Gilbert
Take care of your business at home, before searching for greener pastures. It's a key takeaway from Part One of our interview regarding subprime auto.
Dickinson Wright PLLC
In a recent case, a federal court in North Carolina struck down a charter school's dress code requiring girls to wear skirts under the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Cooley LLP
In another important development, the Neg Reg negotiators reached consensus on revisions to the department's long-delayed state authorization rules.
Arnold & Porter
The Honeywell decision reached the opposite conclusion based on similar facts.
Hogan Lovells
For a summary of the 2016 final regulations, please see our previous alert.
Duff and Phelps
In response to the recent indictment of 50 people charged with participating in a scheme to cheat on standardized tests and/or to bribe college athletic officials to help gain admission of students on false pretenses to elite universities, ...
Cooley LLP
The negotiated rulemaking committee focused on accreditation and innovation reached consensus on three buckets of issues.
Cooley LLP
Last week, the California Assembly Higher Education Committee unanimously voted to advance a bill designed to exclude OPMs and service providers from tuition share arrangements.
Hogan Lovells
In June of 2018, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which seeks to give consumers additional safeguards regarding their personal information.
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The 2018 California legislative session was another busy year with numerous employment-related bill signed into law.
Davis & Gilbert
Take care of your business at home, before searching for greener pastures. It's a key takeaway from Part One of our interview regarding subprime auto.
Holland & Knight
President Donald Trump has issued a new Executive Order (EO) that addresses generally speech restrictions that do not "promote free inquiry
Arnold & Porter
The Honeywell decision reached the opposite conclusion based on similar facts.
Bowditch & Dewey
In 1965, Congress enacted the Higher Education Act (HEA), with the goals of establishing financial aid and strengthening educational resources in higher education.
Hogan Lovells
For a summary of the 2016 final regulations, please see our previous alert.
Dentons
The following deep dive comes by way of Dentons 50 partner firm Mannis Canning & Associates.
Hogan Lovells
Over the last few months state legislatures have put forward various bills that would increase regulation of postsecondary education.
Dickinson Wright PLLC
In a recent case, a federal court in North Carolina struck down a charter school's dress code requiring girls to wear skirts under the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Duff and Phelps
In response to the recent indictment of 50 people charged with participating in a scheme to cheat on standardized tests and/or to bribe college athletic officials to help gain admission of students on false pretenses to elite universities, ...
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