The DOJ is conducting the largest-ever college admissions prosecution. Fallout will likely include additional investigations, class actions, and constitutional questions, among other educational, regulatory, and employment issues.
Members of McGlinchey Stafford’s College Admissions Task Force held a webinar roundtable discussing the fallout Monday, June 3, moderated by Dan Plunkett, chair of the firm’s Government Investigations practice group.
Attorneys from our Education, Government Investigations, Commercial Litigation, and Labor & Employment teams were on hand to answer questions, such as:
- What should schools, colleges, and universities consider?
- What will happen to the college applicants denied admission?
- Do student athlete recruits have recourse?
- Will the Department of Education create new regulations?
- What about students and employees implicated by the probe? Can they be expelled or terminated?
- Are there any due process requirements?
View the full webinar here.
About McGlinchey Stafford’s College Admissions Task Force
This special matters team includes former senior professionals from the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, as well as other leading lawyers who have devoted their careers to government investigations, class actions defense, education law, insurance, labor and employment, and constitutional law in high-stakes matters having industry-wide impact.