Check out this Class Action lawsuit against Princeton University filed by MML Partners Charles J. Kocher and Matt Luber, which was filed in federal court in New Jersey on November 19, 2020 with co-counsel Shegerian & Associates. The Class Representative Plaintiff, a sophomore, alleges that Princeton improperly retained tuition and fees after it suspended in-person classes as a result of COVID-19, despite promising an in-person educational experience. This Class Action seeks a refund for services not rendered on behalf of Princeton’s nearly 8,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
“The core of this class action is that Plaintiff and nearly 8,500 students at Princeton simply aren’t getting what they bargained and paid for. While we are not faulting Princeton for transitioning to online instruction as a result of COVID-19, we are seeking a refund of the tuition and other fees that were unlawfully and unjustly retained.” Charlie Kocher, Esq. – Partner at McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C.