14 Apr Monday Morning Review: Local Governments in the Federal Appellate Courts
- Thomas v. Cumberland County, No. 12-3959 (Apr. 11, 2014) (in suit alleging that the County failed to properly train officers to prevent attack by other inmates, vacating the district court’s order of summary judgment for the County because a reasonable jury could find that the County acted with deliberate indifference).
- Rouster v. Saginaw County, No. 13-1673 (Apr. 9, 2014) (affirming district court decision that medical staff was not deliberately indifferent to jailed individual’s medical needs).
- Harper v. Fulton County, No. 13-2553 (Apr. 8, 2014) (affirming grant of summary judgment for County on sex discrimination claim based on disparity in salaries).
- Montgomery v. Ames, No. 13-2111 (Apr. 10, 2014) (affirming grant of summary of judgment for City and officers because plaintiff could not show constitutional violation arising out of incident in which another private party shot plaintiff).
(Apr. 7, 2014-Apr. 11, 2014)