Guy et al v. Spader Freight Services
||Roosevelt Guy, K. S., D. G. and B. G.
||Spader Freight Services
||January 17, 2014
||US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
||David A. Katz
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Jobs
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|June 19, 2018
Memorandum Opinion and Order. By all accounts, Roosevelt Guy was a model employee during his six-year tenure at Spader Freight. He had no disciplinary history, he was entrusted with an important assignment, and he was respected by his co-worke rs. Unfortunately, even otherwise good employees sometimes (intentionally or not) violate company policies, and it is within an employer's rights to enforce its policies. This is especially so here, where those policies were governed by DOT reg ulations intended to promote the safety of both drivers and the public. This Court rules in favor of Spader Freight on liability. Based on this ruling, there is no need to proceed to trial on the issue of damages. Judge Jack Zouhary on 6/19/2018. (D,L)
|January 3, 2017
Memorandum Opinion and Order granting 75 Spader Freight's Motion for Summary Judgment and denying 79 Guy's Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings. Judge Jack Zouhary on 1/3/2017. (D,L)
|July 2, 2014
Memorandum Opinion and Order Plaintiff's Application to Proceed In Forma Pauperis granted. Action dismissed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 1915(e). Court certifies appeal from this decision could not be taken in good faith. Judge David A. Katz on 7/2/14. (G,C)
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