Judge Rebukes Department of Education For Second Time, Ordering It To Stop Collecting on Corinthian Student Loans | Press Release
A federal judge today, for the second time in just a few weeks, rebuked the Department of Education for its wrongful and illegal continued attempts to collect on the debt of students who were defrauded by the for profit Corinthian Colleges, ruling that the Department must stop collecting on the loans of tens of thousands of Corinthian students in light of the Department’s use of an illegal rule to reduce relief to borrowers by 80 percent.
Two Key Hearings Scheduled for Next Week in Corinthian and ITT Cases | Press Release
Two court hearings are scheduled for next week in key cases that assert the rights of federal student loan borrowers who were cheated by the for-profit colleges Corinthian and ITT Tech. The hearing in San Francisco on Monday, June 11 involves the Department of Education’s continued refusal to grant complete loan cancellation to former students of for-profit Corinthian Colleges.
Key Hearing Scheduled for Monday on Department of Education’s Continued Attempts to Deny Complete Debt Relief to Former Corinthian College Students | Press Release
A court hearing is scheduled for Monday, June 4th involving the Department of Education’s continued refusal to grant full and complete loan cancellation to former Corinthian College students who were cheated by the for-profit college. This hearing in the case of Calvillo Manriquez v. DeVos follows last week’s groundbreaking decision in the case, in which a judge granted a preliminary injunction stopping the Department of Education from applying its “average earnings rule” to cheated former students of Corinthian Colleges, and preventing the Department from further collecting on the plaintiffs’ loans.
In Groundbreaking Decision, Judge Halts Collection of For-Profit College Student Debts | Press Release
In a landmark decision for defrauded students of Corinthian Colleges, a U.S. District judge late Friday stopped the Department of Education from applying its “average earnings rule” to cheated former students of Corinthian Colleges, and prevented the Department from collecting on the plaintiffs’ loans. The ruling enjoins the Department of Education from using its partial relief scheme, which it has been applying to partially deny thousands of borrowers’ applications for loan relief, because that scheme clearly violates the Privacy Act and causes severe and irreparable injury to borrowers.
Two Key Hearings Scheduled for Monday on Department of Education’s Illegal Attempts to Deny Relief to Former Corinthian Students | Press Release
Two Cases Involve Department’s Abuse of Former Corinthian Students and its Refusal to Discharge Their Debt BOSTON – There are two major court hearings scheduled for Monday involving the Department of Education’s abuse of former Corinthian students and its insistence on continuing to collect on the debts of the defrauded students. The two cases are…
Attorneys General, Legal Service Organizations Join Push to Demand Loan Cancellation for Cheated For-Profit College Students | Press Release
Briefs Filed This Week Highlight Direct, Long-Term Harm Suffered By Corinthian Borrowers, Severely Compounded By The Department’s Actions BOSTON – Several Attorneys General, legal service organizations, and activists joined the call this week to stop the federal Department of Education from reneging on its promise of debt cancellation to former students of Corinthian Colleges who…
Judge Grants April 30 Hearing On Injunction Sought Against DeVos, Department of Education | Press Release
SAN FRANCISCO– A federal Judge has set an April 30 hearing date on a preliminary injunction sought against Secretary Betsy DeVos and the federal Department of Education seeking to block the administration from applying its decision to partially deny loan relief applications brought by defrauded former students of for-profit colleges. Four borrowers filed the motion…
Partial Borrower Defense Denials Violate Due Process, Privacy Act: Injunction Sought Against DeVos, Department of Education | Press Release
A court filing over the weekend revealed that the U.S. Department of Education secretly, illegally, and unconstitutionally used Social Security data to deny loan discharges to students cheated by Corinthian Colleges, Inc.