Two separate demands against the American University and George Washington University have a new life after an Appeals Court relocated cases that enters both institutions violated contractual obligations with students when they changed to online instruction at the beginning of 2020 At the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic.

In the core of the question is the refusal of both universities to reimburse the registration and rates of students. The plaintiffs claim that both universities had a contractual commitment to provide education in person and should have offered at least partial enrollment and fee reimbursements for students forced online. The plaintiffs in both cases are looking for the state of class action for their demands.

The judgments against the American University and GWU are only two among dozens of similar suits presented by students and families since 2020, who have had several results in court. Throughout the United States.

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