The latest round in InfiLaw Corp.’s legal battle with the American Bar Association centers on whether its accreditation lawsuits should move forward while the accrediting body weighs the fates of the company’s two remaining law schools.

The ABA has asked two federal courts to stay the litigation brought by Florida Coastal School of Law and Arizona Summit Law School on the grounds that its Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar is currently considering the appeals both schools filed after being deemed out of compliance with the ABA’s accreditation standards. The ABA is expected to issue decisions in both appeals no later than October.

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