Attorneys at The Googasian Firm, P.C., a Michigan law firm that pursues claims on behalf of classes of students harmed by school misconduct, are investigating the sudden closing of the for-profit Marinello Schools of Beauty in early February 2016.

The chain had campuses in states including California, Connecticut, Kansas, Nebraska, and Nevada, with about 4,300 students and 800 employees, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. The newspaper reported that the U.S. Department of Education cut off the chain’s access to federal student aid for practices that included “underawarding Title IV aid to students” and “charging students for excessive oevertime.”

The Googasian Firm, under the direction of attorneys Thomas Howlett and Dean Googasian, has served as class counsel in multiple class actions for thousands of students harmed by school closues and other wrongdoing throughout the United States.

Persons with concerns about Marinello who wish to share those concerns with Googasian Firm attorneys may do so here by completing this form or calling 248-502-0869.



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