Hold CNU to Its Promises

Numerous students have engaged us to hold CNU accountable for its decision not to allow qualified CNU BS-MD combined program students to continue into its medical school, and/or its sales and marketing messaging that led them to believe that's what CNU was offering, and they were getting, when they enrolled. 

We have a great deal of experience with school fraud. We've fought for more than ten thousand students who've been cheated or lied to by schools or lenders. We've recovered more than $100 million in cash and credits for them, from schools and lenders. Basically, we win a lot. Here, we've seen what CNU promised, and we'd like to help you if you were affected. Please CLICK HERE to answer a few qualifying questions, then you can engage us to help.  We believe we can very probably get you what you were promised, or a big check to make up for not getting it. 

You can learn more about our team and our work on our MAIN WEBSITE.

Attached is a copy of the complaint (lawsuit) on file with the California Superior Court for the County of Sacramento. Feel free to EMAIL US with questions!

Ray E. Gallo

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Ray graduated from Yale in 1987 and earned his law degree from UCLA in 1992. He is a repeat winner of AVVO's clients' choice awards, holds AVVO's perfect 10/10 rating, Martindale Hubbel's "Pre-eminent" "AV" rating, and has been named as one of LawDragon's 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists nationally. Mr. Gallo's 70+ perfect 5.0 reviews on AVVO reflect his clients' consistent satisfaction. He crusades for consumers, employees, and investors, and particularly for clients who can’t afford to pursue their claims unless they organize as a group through a site like this one. He believes companies should be required to keep their promises. To learn more about his efforts and his successes, click the links below.

You can also find testimonials from consumer, executive, and corporate clients, and testimonials from our former opposing counsel, below .


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