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Court erred in relying on exhibit attached to complaint (access required)

Where a school challenging an accreditation rejection attached a copy of the accreditor’s decision to its complaint, but the school clearly disputed the accreditor’s conclusions, the district court erred by treating the factual statements in the document as true. Background ...

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Investigator immune from claim of false testimony (access required)

Where a former town mayor was indicted on charges of embezzlement, but the case was dismissed after prosecutors discovered new evidence, the mayor’s suit against the investigator was dismissed because she was absolutely immune from claims she presented or conspired ...

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Railway didn’t violate man’s ADA rights (access required)

Where no reasonable juror could find that a railway company violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to reasonably accommodate the plaintiff’s condition, it prevailed on summary judgment. Background Alfred Baldassarre appeals the district court’s order granting summary judgment ...

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