- Macdonald v. Town of Eastham, No. 13-1779 (Mar. 12, 2014) (finding officers are entitled to qualified immunity because question whether officers may enter home with open door by relying on their community-caretaking function is uncertain).
- C.L. v. Scarsdale Union Free Sch. Dist., No. 12-1610 (Mar. 11, 2014) (finding that when a public school denies a student a FAPE under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, a private placement is not inappropriate merely because the environment is more restrictive than the public-school alternative).
- Harris v. Serpas, No. 13-30337 (Mar. 12, 2014) (affirming judgment that officers were entitled to qualified immunity and dismissing claim against City arising out of alleged excessive use of force under Fourth Amendment).
- Laster v. City of Kalamazoo, No. 13-1640 (Mar. 13, 2014) (finding that district court proerly dismissed plaintiff’s Title VII race-discrminination claim, but did not properly consider plaintiff’s Title VII retaliation claims).
- Pittman v. County of Madison, No. 12-3233 (Mar. 10, 2014) (in case alleging that officers were deliberately indifferent to risk of suicide, finding that genuine issue of triable fact exists with respect to claims against two officers).
- Bechman v. Magill, No. 13-1142 (Mar. 11, 2014) (affirming denial of qualified immunity for officers who arrested individual based on invalid, recalled arrest warrant).
- Fagman v. City of Lino Lakes, No. 12-4038 (Mar. 10, 2014) (affirming that officers were entitled to qualified immunity after search that led to illegal gun-possession charges).
- Rivera v. County of Los Angeles, No. 11-57037 (Mar. 12, 2014) (finding that mistaken arrest and detention did not violate Fourth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, or Due-Process Clause).
(Mar. 10, 2014-Mar. 14, 2014)