On August 21, 2020, a Denver District Court found that CollegeAmerica, a for-profit college, violated state consumer protection and consumer lending laws. (https://coag.gov/press-releases/8-21-20/) The matter was brought by the Colorado Attorney General’s office on behalf of the State of Colorado. Hemming Morse was engaged by the Attorney General’s office to analyze student post-graduation employment economic outcomes and related disclosures made by CollegeAmerica. Greg Regan provided expert testimony during the State of Colorado’s case. In reaching its opinion, “The Court found Mr. Regan’s analysis credible and helpful to an understanding of the accuracy of CollegeAmerica’s reporting of its graduation and employment rates, especially the charts on which his results were depicted relative to CollegeAmerica’s calculations and the ACCSC’s benchmarks.” Please contact Greg Regan or Travis Armstrong for more information about Hemming Morse’s work on this matter.
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