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New York Reaches SAT-isfactory Settlement with College Board

New York AG Letitia James settled with the College Board to resolve allegations that the non-profit organization violated state education law by improperly monetizing student data acquired through test administration. According to the AG’s office, the College Board allegedly used student data received in connection with the administration of the PSAT, SAT, and Advanced Placement…

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FTC Settles over Alleged Student Loan Debt Relief Scam

The FTC settled with Express Enrollment LLC and Intercontinental Solutions LLC, as well as affiliated individuals, to resolve allegations the entities violated the FTC Act, the Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act, and the Telemarketing Sales Rule by operating a student loan debt relief scam. In the complaint, the FTC alleges that Express…

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AGs Don’t Like NCAA’s Name-Image-Likeness Restrictions

Tennessee AG Jonathan Skrmetti and Virginia AG Jason Miyares filed a lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association alleging that the organization’s restrictions on future student-athletes’ ability to commercially use their name, image, and likeness (NIL) constitute violations of federal antitrust law.

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AGs Fight for Fair Play in College Sports

A bipartisan group of seven AGs filed a lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) alleging that the organization’s Transfer Eligibility Rule violates federal antitrust law by unjustifiably restraining the ability of Division I college athletes to engage in the market for their labor.

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AGs Defend Borrower Defense Rule

A group of 23 Democratic AGs, led by Massachusetts AG Andrea Joy Campbell, filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit case Career Colleges and Schools of Texas v. U.S. Department of Education, et al., urging the court to uphold the Department of Education’s (DOE) Borrower Defense Rule, which…

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