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Savannah Law School

May 9th, 2018

May 2018: The Cliff case was transferred to federal court. (Cliff et al v. Savannah Law School, LLC and John Marshall Law School, LLC, Case No. 18-cv-104, S.D. Ga.) March and April 2018: Two class action lawsuits were filed against Savannah Law School, a branch of John Marshall Law School, for allegedly misrepresenting that it

Charlotte School of Law’s Marketing

May 31st, 2017

Another class-action lawsuit was filed against Charlotte School of Law for allegedly misrepresenting that the school was accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) when, according to the complaint, the school was notified in 2015 that it was not in compliance with ABA requirements. The lawsuit was originally filed in December 2016. (Krebs et al

Charlotte School of Law

January 5th, 2017

In December 2016, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Charlotte School of Law for allegedly failing to inform current and prospective students about the school’s failure to comply with American Bar Association (ABA) standards for accreditation. (Barchiesi et al v. Charlotte School of Law, LLC, Infilaw Holding, LLC, and Infilaw, Inc., Case No. 16-cv-861, W.

Belford High School

September 24th, 2019

July 2017: A federal judge granted final approval of the settlement agreement. March 2017: A federal judge preliminarily approved a settlement agreement that proposes to give each class member a monetary award for the amount they paid toward a Belford High School diploma. (The amount each class member will receive depends on the number of

Know the Difference Between For-Profit and Nonprofit Schools

January 9th, 2012

The vast majority of private schools are nonprofits, or organizations that put all money earned back into the school.  By contrast, a school that is operated for profit sends money to its owners or investors at the end of the year, and may or may not spend money to improve the school. These true for-profit

Perfect Score Watch

January 31st, 2019

Figuring out whether the battery in this watch is replaceable or not may be harder than taking the LSAT.

About Us

September 24th, 2012

Michael Vlock, Founder (1953-2017) Dismayed by the deceptive advertising he saw around him and the government’s apparent inability to protect consumers from all the scams in the marketplace, nearly 30 years ago investor and business leader Michael Vlock conceived the idea for an organization that would help protect and educate consumers about false advertising. Recognizing

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