Contact Us About The DeVry University Class Action Lawsuit

DeVry University Class Action Lawsuit Investigation Legal proceedings have been filed against DeVry Education Group, and its subsidiary DeVry University for possible false advertising under state and federal law. If you attended DeVry University, or have knowledge relevant to the investigation, please click here to contact us and fill out the brief form. The Federal Trade … More Contact Us About The DeVry University Class Action Lawsuit

The TCPA: Telemarketers Who Violate the Law Face Consequences of $500 to $1500 Per Junk Text or Fax

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) Federal and state laws prohibit using an automated telephone dialing system to make or send unsolicited telemarketing calls, texts, and faxes. You could be entitled to $500 to $1,500 per call from any telemarketer who violates the TCPA. The law specifies several requirements for telemarketers to lawfully … More The TCPA: Telemarketers Who Violate the Law Face Consequences of $500 to $1500 Per Junk Text or Fax

Sign This Petition to The Hershey Company: Say No To Another Generation of Child Slavery In Your Chocolate

Click on this source to sign the petition: The Hershey Company: Say No To Another Generation of Child Slavery In Your Chocolate Imagine if your 11-16 year old child was stolen, enslaved, and forced to do hard manual labor 80 to 100 hours a week. This is the plight of over 1 million children working … More Sign This Petition to The Hershey Company: Say No To Another Generation of Child Slavery In Your Chocolate

Lower Priced Goods Come at a Higher Cost: Slave Labor Imports

There’s a level of trust expected between businesses and their customers. Consumers expect a high degree of integrity in the claims companies make about their products. But while there are laws that require companies to disclose what they are doing about the use of forced labor in their supply chains, businesses such as Nestle and … More Lower Priced Goods Come at a Higher Cost: Slave Labor Imports

Getting Federal Student Loan Relief for College Fraud

Some for-profit schools have misrepresented what they truly offer their students and have engaged in high-pressure sales tactics to encourage enrollment in their programs. While most schools follow the rules, many have been investigated for aggressive recruiting practices, misuse of federal student aid, and high student loan default rates. For-profit schools often use high-pressure sales … More Getting Federal Student Loan Relief for College Fraud

Big Business Has Failed an Entire Generation of Children

On July 14, 2005, three former child slaves filed a class action lawsuit in California federal court against Nestlé, Cargill, and Archer Daniels Midland for being trafficked and forced to work on the cocoa plantations of the Ivory Coast.  The lawsuits seek to hold the companies liable for the torture, forced labour, and arbitrary detention … More Big Business Has Failed an Entire Generation of Children

The Recording of Prisoner Phone Calls: Privacy and the U.S. Constitution

Prison and jail communications is a $1.2 billion a year business.  Securus Technologies, Inc. is leading provider of phone services inside the country’s prisons and jails serving approximately 2,000 correctional facilities and more than 850,000 inmates in 45 states.  The company processes over one million calls per day. Securus’ website claims that its database contains … More The Recording of Prisoner Phone Calls: Privacy and the U.S. Constitution

Sheepskins and False Hopes: Financial Fraud Alleged Against the Academy of Art University

  Can anyone really make a career as a professional artist?  According to the folks at the Academy of Art University, that is the “revolutionary principle” that has taken enrollment through the roof from 2,200 to 16,000, while bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenues from starry-eyed art students subsidized by federal … More Sheepskins and False Hopes: Financial Fraud Alleged Against the Academy of Art University