Pollnitz v. University of Alabama Board of Trustees et al
||University of Alabama Board of Trustees, UAB Health Systems, USAHF PC Inc and UAB Police
||April 30, 2014
||Alabama Northern District Court
||Madeline Hughes Haikala
|Nature of Suit:
||Americans with Disabilities - Other
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|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 3, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER - The Court DISMISSES the following claims WITH PREJUDICE: due process (Count 5); negligent supervision against Chief Purcell (Counts 7 and 8); and intentional infliction of emotional distress (Count 11). The Court DISMIS SES the following claims WITHOUT PREJUDICE: general allegations (Count 1); failure to implement appropriate policies (Count 2); excessive force (Count 3); false arrest (Count 4); false imprisonment (Count 6); negligent supervision against UAB Health Systems and University of Alabama Health Services (Counts 7 and 8); conspiracy (Count 9); assault and battery (Count 10); negligent entrustment (Count 12); and conversion (Count 13). The Court gives Mr. Pollnitz one final opportunity to amend his co mplaint. If Mr. Pollnitz chooses to add specifically named UAB police officers as defendants, he must provide a separate count for each defendant and plead each count and the facts supporting each count separately. Mr. Pollnitz should specify whether each claim arises under federal or state law. Mr. Pollnitz shall file his amended complaint on or before Monday August 17, 2015. Signed by Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala on 8/3/2015. (KEK)
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