New Case Investigation

DeVry Education Group

Scott+Scott, Attorneys at Law, LLP Announces Investigation of DeVry Education Group (DV)

Scott + Scott, Attorneys at Law, LLP, a global investor rights law firm, is investigating DeVry Education Group (DV) for possible securities fraud after the Federal Trade Commission sued the Company on January 27, 2016, claiming that DeVry misled students about job placement rates.   

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About the Investigation

The firm is investigation whether DeVry and certain of its executives violated the federal securities laws by misleading investors about student job placement rates.  On January 27, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission sued DeVry, claiming that the Company deceptively claimed that 90% of DeVry graduates found work in their field within six months of graduation.  The suit also claims that DeVry falsely claimed that its graduates “obtain jobs that pay significantly more than jobs that graduates of other colleges and universities obtain.”

About Scott+Scott, Attorneys at Law, LLP

Scott+Scott has significant experience in prosecuting major securities, antitrust, and employee retirement plan actions throughout the United States.  The firm represents pension funds,  foundations, individuals, and other entities worldwide.

CONTACT:

Joseph V. Halloran

Scott+Scott, Attorneys at Law, LLP

(646) 582-0121

jhalloran@scott-scott.com

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