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Jacob Shorter

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Peter Leyton and Steve Chema Provided an Update on Federal Student Aid Eligibility During the IEC 2020 Virtual Conference

The International Education Council recently held its 2020 Virtual Conference. Attorneys Peter Leyton and Steve Chema provided attendees an overview and update on U.S. federal student aid eligibility. Their presentation can be found here:


Cares Act Stimulus Funding for Emergency Grants to Be Released Soon

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act recently signed into law allocated substantial emergency funds to institutions of higher education. On April 9, in a letter to college and university presidents, Secretary DeVos...

OIG Provides Limited Exemption to Site-Visit Requirements

The Department of Education's Office of Inspector General recently issued a limited exemption from the site-visit requirement in Chapter 3, Section B.9 of the 2016 Audit Guide. 

The letter guidance is available here.

The 2016 Audit Guide, available...

Upcoming presentation about the Department of Education’s pending rulemaking

Gombos Leyton attorneys Steve Chema and Peter Leyton will be speaking about the Department of Education’s anticipated negotiated rulemaking at the 16th Annual National Conference on Allied Health Education in Savannah, Georgia. For more information...

Gerry Ritzert and Peter Leyton speak at CAPPS 34th Annual Conference

The California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools held its 34th Annual Conference in Rancho Mirage, California during the week of October 10, 2018. In attendance were Gombos Leyton attorneys Gerry Ritzert and Peter Leyton, who contributed...

Peter Leyton presents legal update at ABHES Annual Conference in Las Vegas

Gombos Leyton attorney Peter Leyton participated in a presentation on Compliance Requirements & Practices to Ensure Regulatory Compliance Regarding Job Placements at the 2018 ABHES Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.