Thompson v. Willis et al
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|June 12, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND PARTIAL DISMISSAL ORDER - Applying the clearly erroneous standard, the Court ADOPTS the March 2, 2015 report and ACCEPTS Judge Daviss recommendations with respect to the defendants motion for partial dismissal of Ms. Thompsons second amended complaint. The motion to dismiss of defendants Willis, Witt, Hamilton and Ray is MOOT as to plaintiffs claims for monetary damages against the defendants in their official capacities; the Court GRANTS the motion to dismiss claims for damages against the defendants in their official capacities and DISMISSES those claims WITH PREJUDICE; the Court GRANTS the motion to dismiss Ms. Thompsons Title VII claims and DISMISSES those claims WITH PREJUDICE; the Court GRANTS the motion to d ismiss any claim of disparate impact discrimination, to the extent that Ms. Thompsons second amended complaint may be construed as having alleged such a claim, and DISMISSES any disparate impact claim WITH PREJUDICE; the Court GRANTS the motion to di smiss Ms. Thompsons claim for due process violation (Count 10) and DISMISSES the claim WITH PREJUDICE; the Court GRANTS the motion to dismiss Ms. Thompsons retaliation claim (Count 12) and DISMISSES the claim WITH PREJUDICE; the Court GRANTS the mo tion to dismiss all claims against defendant Ray and DISMISSES WITH PREJUDICE all claims against defendant Ray; and the motion to dismiss Ms. Thompsons claim of Gender-Based Hostility in the Work Environment (Count 7) against defendant Hamilton is MOOT. Signed by Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala on 6/12/2015. (KEK)
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