Broderick v. Evans, et al

Defendant: THOMAS DOWD, individually and as Superintendent of the Boston Police Department
Plaintiff - Appellee/Cross-Appellant: WILLIAM T. BRODERICK
Defendant - Appellant/Cross-Appellee: BOSTON, MA and PAUL EVANS, individually and as Police Commissioner of the City of Boston
Case Number: 08-1730
Filed: June 9, 2008
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Nature of Suit: Employment

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Plaintiff - appellee/cross-appellant: WILLIAM T. BRODERICK
Represented By: Michael W. Reilly
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Defendant: THOMAS DOWD, individually and as Superintendent of the Boston Police Department
Represented By: Mary Jo Harris
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Defendant - appellant/cross-appellee: BOSTON, MA
Represented By: Mary Jo Harris
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Defendant - appellant/cross-appellee: PAUL EVANS, individually and as Police Commissioner of the City of Boston
Represented By: Mary Jo Harris
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