As Donald Trump continues his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, two class-action lawsuits have been slowly moving through San Diego federal court for the last five years against the tycoon and his so-called real estate university. Ref. Source 4n
Trump May Have To Take A Break From Campaigning To Handle Fraud Case Against Trump University:
Trump's lawyers have denied charges that Trump University defrauded students. Lawyers also argued the plaintiffs can't successfully claim that the online classes didn't have value, according to the Financial Times. Ref. Source 2w?
Lawyers for Donald Trump yesterday hotly contested an Orange County woman’s request to withdraw from a lawsuit she filed against Trump University, claiming the entire case is built around her. “We’ve passed the point of no return,” one said. Ref. Source 6r.
The room temperature was never to be more than 68 degrees. Chairs had to be close enough to bring people “out of their comfort zone." Those details were in unsealed documents in a lawsuit against Donald Trump and the now-defunct Trump University. Ref. Source 7q.
Judge Gonzalo Curiel denied a motion to dismiss a case against Trump University brought by former students who claim they were defrauded. Curiel is the American judge who Trump said was biased against him because he was Mexican. Ref. Source 5o.
Trump University class-action suits end with approval of $25 million settlement
A San Diego federal judge on Friday morning finalized the $25 million settlement in the Trump University litigation, dismissing the objection of a Florida woman and finding in favor of the 3,700 others who stand to recoup the vast majority of what they spent on the real estate baron’s investment program. Ref. Source 5g.