Pratt v. Cardona
This case challenges the partial relief methodology for borrower defense introduced by the Department of Education in December 2019. The partial relief rule applies to people whose borrower defense applications are granted because their school cheated them.
Sweet v. Cardona
Challenges the Department of Education’s refusal to process borrower defense claims.
Project & NSLDN v. Department of Education (ACICS Part II Submission)
Requests documents ACICS submitted to the Department of Education to petition for continued recognition as a national accreditor.
Calvillo Manriquez v. Cardona
Class action challenging the federal government’s failure to discharge tens of thousands of student loans from Corinthian College discharge applicants whom the government already deemed entitled to discharges and the government’s decision to require some class members to pay a substantial portion of these fraudulent loans.
Bauer v. DeVos and CAPPS v. DeVos
Contests the validity of the Department of Education’s delay in implementing regulations that protected students’ rights by prohibiting by prohibiting schools receiving federal funds from relying on forced arbitration agreements with their students.
Dieffenbacher v. DeVos
Challenges the government’s wage garnishment to repay a debt from Corinthian, despite Ms. Dieffenbacher’s or the borrower’s objection based on her valid borrower defense to repayment of the loan.
Project on Predatory Student Lending v. Department of Justice
Challenges the federal government’s refusal to provide documents under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) about the illegal recruiting practices of Education Management Corporation (EDMC).
Williams v. DeVos
Challenges the Department of Education’s coercive collection of defaulted federal student loans from Corinthian Colleges, seizing borrowers’ tax refunds despite a pending application for discharge.
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