Seems like the dam is bursting. In addition to the pending suit against Thomas Jefferson, there are now suits against New York Law School and Cooley. It seems that Cooley provoked the suit by bringing an ill-advised suit against its critics. ABA Journal; Tax law Prof Blog. I haven't had time to read the new complaints, but I thought that the complaint against Thomas Jefferson had been well researched and well written. My sense is that plaintiffs firms will be ready to jump in and sue lots more schools if these initial suits survive challenges at the pleading stage. Who can doubt that the existence of these suits will change the way schools talk about job and salary data? (Prior coverage of suit against TJLS here and here.)
UPDATE: Coincidence: When I checked on this new posting, there were ads for Cooley next to the post both on Google reader and at the site.