Richard v. The Louisiana Ind for the Disable

Plaintiff: Conrad Richard
Defendant: The Louisiana Ind for the Disable
Case Number: 3:2009cv00195
Filed: April 6, 2009
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Civil Rights: Americans with Disabilities - Employment Office
County: East Baton Rouge
Referring Judge: Docia L Dalby
Presiding Judge: Unassigned
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: Federal Question
Jury Demanded By: 28:1331 Fed. Question

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Date Filed#Document Text
September 27, 2010 39 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER and REASONS granting 33 Motion for Summary Judgment dismissing pltf's remaining claims. Signed by Judge Carl J. Barbier on 09/27/10. (PAH, )

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