Here are last week’s published decisions involving local governments:
- Scheick v. Tecumseh Pub. Sch., No. 13-1558 (Sept. 2, 2014): In case in which Scheick contends that the school district did not renew his contract in violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the court reversed summary judgment for the school district . The evidence was sufficient to create a genuine issue of fact.
- Krause v. Jones, No. 13-2498 (Sept. 3, 2014): The court affirmed finding of qualified immunity for officers in excessive-force case.
- F.H. v. Memphis City Schools, No. 13-6323 (Sept. 4, 2014): The court reversed dismissal of student’s 1983 and contractual claims arising out of alleged neglect and abuse; neither settlement agreement nor IDEA barred claims.
- Aipperspach v. McInerney, No. 13-2942 (Sept. 5, 2014): The court affirmed grant of summary judgment for officers in alleged excessive-force case.
- El Dorado Estates v. City of Fillmore, No. 12-55549 (Sept. 2, 2014): The court found that mobile home part owner has Article III standing in challenge under Fair Housing Act alleging that City interfered with its application to subdivide its seniors-only mobile home.
- Fortyune v. City of Lomita, No. 12-56280 (Sept. 5, 2014): The court held that Title II of the ADA requires local governments to provide accessible on-street parking in the absence of regulatory design specifications for on-street parking facilities.
- Wesby v. District of Columbia, No. 12-7127 (Sept. 2, 2014): The court affirmed summary judgment for plaintiffs on ground that arrests violated clearly established Fourth Amendment rights.
(Sept. 1, 2014-Sept. 5, 2014)
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