Legal Articles, Education

Student Loan Fraud: Growing Numbers Cite For-Profit Schools at Fault

Fraud due to empty promises is one reason forgiveness is sought for many student loans, with a recent news article stating that the majority of these cases filed are by borrowers who attended for-profit learning institutions.

Lawsuits Against Private Schools and Universities: What You Need to Know

A blog post about filing lawsuits against non-public schools. The blog outlines differences between suing a pubic educational facility and private ones.

Is My Child Protected under 504 or IDEA, or Both?

A blog post about special education and the eligibility requirements for Section 504 and IDEA, and what type of plan (504 plan and/or an IEP) your child may be eligible to receive once their eligibility is determined.

Class Action Suit Filed After Invasive Student Searches

A blog post about students in Georgia suing their school district after invasive searches of their persons and belongings.

Educational Neglect and Truancy: Vital Information for Every Parent

A blog post about compulsory attendance laws and violations that are considered educational neglect and truancy.

Check Out the MayaLaw 2017 Education Publication!

A blog post containing a link to the PDF of the Annual MayaLaw Education Publication.

Teachers’ Off-Campus Behavior May Jeopardize Employment

A blog post about teacher employment rights regarding their off-campus behavior

Female Veteran Pursues Sex Harassment Claim

A blog post about a female veteran, who made a sexual harassment claim against her battalion commander.

What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney?

What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney?

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