The Art Institute is currently facing a class-action lawsuit for violations of consumer protection laws. This suit was filed against the company’s parent, Education Management Corporation. The corporation has rescinded the accreditation of the school but has denied any wrongdoing. The case may prove useful as evidence in consumer complaints against other companies. EDMC’s parent is also named in the suit. However, if you are a student at the Art Institute, you may be eligible for compensation.
The lawsuit alleges that the Art Institute and its parent company, EDMC, lied to students about the benefits of studying at the school.
Several allegations of false representation and deception were made in the suit. This means that EDMC is liable for false statements made by the Art Institute and its executives. If you attended an Art-related college or university and are now facing this situation, it is important to seek legal help as soon as possible.
Although the Art Institute is the only defendant in the lawsuit, three other companies are named in it. These companies are the parent company of EDMC, the largest provider of postsecondary education in the United States. The US Department of Education revoked the Art Institute’s accreditation in September 2016. In addition to EDMC, the lawsuit names three individuals in the company. All of these companies are accused of breaching their agreements.
The lawsuit was filed after a complaint was filed against EDMC by Art Institute students.
The art institute’s parent company is EDMC, which is the largest provider of postsecondary education in the US. EDMC’s revoked the Art Institute’s accreditation in 2016, so the lawsuit named three executives of EDMC. The Art Museum also faces a class-action lawsuit involving the revoked accreditation.
The US Department of Education has revoked the Art Institute’s accreditation. It should have made the Art Institute pay up its money. The lawsuit claims that EDMC is responsible for deceiving students and employees about the benefits of their education. A lawsuit filed against the Art Institute’s parent company could help students get compensation for the damages they have suffered. It will also help EDMC to pay for the costs incurred by its former employees.
While Art Institute is not named in the lawsuit, it is related to the company’s parent, Education Management Corporation (EDMC), which is the largest provider of postsecondary education in the US.
In September 2016, the US Department of Education revoked the accreditation of the Art Institute, which subsequently led to the lawsuit. EDMC is also named in the class-action lawsuit. The suit says that EDMC failed to meet the obligations outlined in their agreements.
The Art Institute has a long history of misdeeds. While most lawsuits against the company focus on unfair or deceptive practices, the Art Institute has a long history of misbehaving. For this reason, a lawsuit against the company can help students in a class-action lawsuit. Despite the high stakes of a class-action lawsuit, it can be beneficial to students in the long run. So, it is important to seek legal counsel in such a case.
The Art Institute is not the only company that has fallen victim to a class action lawsuit.
Its previous actions may not have been legal. It is important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible to avoid any future financial consequences. A class-action lawsuit against the Art Institute can be extremely beneficial to students who have been unable to complete their education. If they have lost their job, they can file a compensation claim. By pursuing a class-action lawsuit, they can be held liable for any misdeeds that led to a loss of employment.
The Art Institute is not the only defendant in a class-action lawsuit against EDMC. The company’s parent company, Education Management Corporation, is one of the largest post-secondary education providers in the US. The Art Institute has been unable to maintain its accreditation and was forced to rescind it in September of 2016. The class-action lawsuit also names three individuals at EDMC. These individuals are liable for violating the terms of their contracts with the plaintiffs.