Tech Co. Escapes Suit Over False Georgia Bar Exam Results

Law360 (March 29, 2019, 4:33 PM EDT) -- A Georgia federal court has tossed a proposed class action seeking to hold a bar admissions software company financially accountable for dozens of bar applicants being told that they had failed their exams when they had actually passed, determining that the applicants did not have a direct contract with the company.

Because the 90 applicants were neither part of a contract between ILG Technologies LLC and the Georgia Office of Bar Admissions, nor were they  third-party beneficiaries of that contract, the individuals may not lawfully assert that a deal was breached, according to a summary judgment order issued Friday by U.S....

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