Tag Archives: Judge Henry E. Hudson

Jail employee denied immunity in wrongful death suit (access required)

A correctional officer failed in her bid for early dismissal of a lawsuit brought by the administrator of a deceased inmate because the complaint sufficiently alleged wrongful conduct, including falsifying records and failing to respond to the inmate’s pleas for ...

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Failure to request accommodation dooms bias case (access required)

The City of Richmond prevailed on the failure-to-accommodate claim because merely informing a supervisor about disabilities is not sufficient to trigger an interactive process. Background Plaintiff Tyrus Yerby alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Plaintiff alleges that the ...

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Former city registrar’s ADA claims dismissed (access required)

Although the former registrar for the City of Hopewell alleged it did not  reasonably accommodate her “known physical impairments,” her claims for disability discrimination, failure to accommodate and retaliation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, were dismissed because ...

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