Barber v. Corizon Health et al
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|March 30, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION - For the reasons stated above, the ADOC Defendants motion for summary judgment, (doc. 71), is GRANTED as to Barbers claims against Specks, Miree, and Price, and all claims against Dunn except for claims for injunctiv e relief in Counts I and III; it is DENIED in all other respects. The Corizon Defendants motion is GRANTED as to Barbers claims against Butler and Corizon and as to his claims of deliberate indifference against Dr. Hood for his disconti nuation of Barbers narcotic medication; it is DENIED in all other respects. The following claims will go forward: Counts I and III against Dr. Hood and Dr. Roddam for damages and injunctive relief and against Dunn for injunctive relief only. T he parties are encouraged to discuss alternative dispute resolution, including the potential for mediation. The parties are ORDERED to file a joint status report by April 20, 2018, regarding the status of such discussion and whether they believe mediation would be beneficial to the resolution of the remaining claim. Signed by Magistrate Judge John H England, III on 3/30/2018. (KEK)
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