Arredondo v. The University of La Verne

United States District Court, Central District of California
Case No. 2:20-cv-7665-MCS-RAO


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NOTICE OF CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AND FERPA DISCLOSURES

To: All University of La Verne undergraduate students who paid tuition and/or the Mandatory Fees at La Verne’s Main/Central campus location during the Spring 2020 term/semester.

This notice has been authorized by the Honorable Mark C. Scarsi, U.S.D.J. and may affect your legal rights, including those under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”). This is not a solicitation from a lawyer.

Plaintiff Brianna Arredondo (“Arredondo”) was a student at the University of La Verne (“ULV”) during the Spring Semester of 2020 and she has brought a lawsuit against ULV to recover a partial refund of tuition and fees on behalf all students who enrolled at ULV for the Spring 2020 semester in which the University provided online only educational services because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Plaintiff has filed this as a class action and will present evidence to the Court that other individuals were similarly situated. This Court has certified this case as a class action and trial is scheduled to take place in August 2022.

Defendants deny any wrongdoing and/or liability.

Receipt of this notice does not indicate that you are entitled to receive any monetary recovery. No determination has been made by the Court that you are owed any tuition or fees refunds and the Court is not endorsing the merits of this lawsuit or the defenses at this time. However, this notice advises you of your rights and your ability to opt out of the lawsuit or opt out of the disclosures described below.

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