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Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Decide Whether Colleges Must Have Qualified Medical Personnel at Athletic Events

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether colleges must have qualified medical personnel present at intercollegiate athletic events to protect student athletes from injury. Our firm is counsel for the student athletes who filed this lawsuit after they … Continue reading

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Colleges Spending Significant Dollars to Address the Issue of Illegal Peer-to Peer Filesharing

According to a new report from the Campus Computing Project, colleges are spending in excess of $150K to curb students from downloading copyrighted music and movies. In Campus Costs of P2P Compliance, “the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 imposes… … Continue reading

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Some Colleges Cut, Eliminate Student Debt

Interesting article from the Wall Street Journal: “Colleges are moving to eliminate — or at least ease — student debt as pressure builds in Washington for them to spend more from their endowments to help families afford the rising cost… … Continue reading

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