Judge reject's Cooley's ABA/NALP defense in fraud case

, The National Law Journal

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The American Bar Association and NALP are not "indispensible absent parties" to a proposed fraud class action brought by 12 recent graduates against the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, a federal judge has ruled.

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  • Lulaine

    This lawsuit is going to be a huge lawsuit in terms of its effect on the legal, and education industries. There is so much riding on these lawsuits and as the courts work their way towards a trial, the defense team is going to have to come up with better arguments as to why it should be dismissed. http://www.legalfunding.com/solutions/fee_acceleration.cfm

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