Hiltibran et al v. Levy et al
||Steven Hiltibran, Nicholas Tatum, Ronald Coontz and Nena Hammond
||Ronald J Levy and Ian McCaslin
||August 23, 2010
||US District Court for the Western District of Missouri
||Jefferson City Office
||Nanette K. Laughrey
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||28 U.S.C. § 1343
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|October 20, 2011
ORDER entered by Judge Nanette Laughrey. Hiltibran's Motion for Attorney Fees [Doc. # 47] is GRANTED. The Court awards in favor of Hiltibran and against Levy $174,222 in attorney and paralegal fees, plus $400 in other costs, for a total of $174,622. (Kanies, Renea)
|June 24, 2011
ORDER by Judge Nanette Laughrey granting 32 motion for summary judgment. ORDERED that Plaintiffs Motion for Summary Judgment [Doc. # 32] is GRANTED. The Court declares that, notwithstanding Defendants January 14, 2011 Notice Concerning Adult Inco ntinence Briefs, Defendants current policies deeming adult incontinence briefs personal hygiene items for participants over age twenty violates the Medicaid Acts reasonable standards requirement andhome health services requirement, and violates the i ntegration mandate of the ADA and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Court permanently enjoins Defendants from applying their unlawful policies, and orders Defendants to establish a fair process, in accord with this Order and federal law, whereby all adult Missouri Medicaid recipients can obtain medically necessary incontinence briefs.(Smith, Fran)
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