In the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, major industries everywhere are attempting to adjust to the challenges in these unprecedented times. The higher education system in the United States is no exception. While many colleges and universities moved to an online learning model for at least the rest of the semester, many students have made it clear that they do not believe that they have gotten what they bargained for. Unsurprisingly, a steady stream of students and parents have already begun to file class action lawsuits. These lawsuits address several different categories of fees that schools already [...]
About Corey Zoldan
Corey Zoldan focuses his practice on employment and labor law, commercial litigation, legal ethics counseling, and general liability with matters like personal injury claims.
Prior to joining Carr Maloney, Corey worked as an associate attorney at a boutique law firm in Alexandria, Virginia, representing clients in business disputes and employment issues. Corey also contributed articles to the Virginia Employment Law Letter, a monthly publication geared towards human resource professionals. Corey was also a Law Clerk to the Honorable Jan L. Brodie (Ret.) and the Honorable David A. Oblon at the Fairfax County Circuit Court in the year following his law school graduation.
Corey graduated cum laude from George Mason Law School, where he served as a Notes Editor for the George Mason Law Review. Corey was also an active member in the school’s Moot Court and Trial Advocacy organizations. During law school, Corey worked as a judicial intern for Chief Judge Braden of the United States Court of Federal Claims, and as a legal intern at the Arlington, Virginia, firm of Bean Kinney & Korman, P.C.
Corey attended the University of Maryland for his undergraduate degree.