On June 15th the Department of Education published a series of Federal Register Notices and announcements related to several key regulations passed under the Obama Administration.

The notices announced the postponement of certain provisions of the Borrower Defense Regulations (BDR) following a lawsuit by the California Association of Postsecondary Schools which challenged a number of the Borrower Defense regulations. The administration determined that in light of the pending litigation, it was necessary to postpone the regulations until the matter is decided in court. And CAPPS V. DeVos has some teeth.

The Federal Register Notice on Borrower Defense also announced the Department’s intent to establish two new Negotiated Rulemaking Committees and a timeline for public comments and public hearings for, BDR and also Gainful Employment (GE).

Read our recent update on Gainful Employment here.

Read our recent update on the Regulatory Reform Task Force and Call for Public Comments here.