Bourne v. Middletown, et al
||City of Middletown, Michael Frechette, Nancy Haynes and Board of Education
||February 25, 2011
||US District Court for the District of Connecticut
||New Haven Office
||Christopher F. Droney
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|March 27, 2017
ORDER: For the reasons stated in the attached ruling, defendants' motions for summary judgment (Docs. # 92 , # 93 ) are granted in part and denied in part, and plaintiff's motion for summary judgment (Doc. # 97 ) is denied, as follows: As t o Counts One and Two, the motions of the Board, the City, and plaintiff are DENIED and the motions of Frechette and Haynes are GRANTED. As to Count Three, defendant Haynes' motion for summary judgment is DENIED. As to Count Four, all parties 9; motions for summary judgment are DENIED. As to Count Five, I GRANT defendants' motions for summary judgment and DENY plaintiff's motion with respect to plaintiff's pre-transfer suspensions. With respect to plaintiff's post-susp ension transfer, I DENY the motions for summary judgment by plaintiff and the City, and GRANT the motion by the Board and Frechette. This matter shall proceed to trial as to the remainder of plaintiff's claims against all defendants. Signed by Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer on 3/27/2017. (Townsend, D.)
|December 18, 2012
RULING ON MOTION TO COMPEL INDEPENDENT PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION denying 78 Motion to Compel. Signed by Judge Dominic J. Squatrito on 12/18/12. (Glynn, T.)
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