Then, in June, PhrMA filed suit against CMS in federal district court for the District of Columbia alleging
that (42 USC [section]1396r-8(d)) a state may place a drug on a restricted formulary only for clinical reasons, and not on the basis of price.
Section 1983, alleging
violations of federal constitutional rights, the cases suggest it is unlikely that violations of departmental policy will be considered relevant, although they may be deemed relevant in some negligence actions under state law.
A state prison inmate brought [section] 1983 action alleging
that corrections officials violated his Fourth Amendment rights by searching his legal materials in his absence.
10) At the same time, the Court reaffirmed that prosecutors are absolutely immune from lawsuits alleging
constitutional violations when they conduct a prosecutorial function that is intimately associated with a judicial phase of the criminal process.
An inmate filed a [section] 1983 action against the District of Columbia and several employees of its corrections department, alleging
unconstitutional conditions of confinement and denial of medical care.
James Stern, 37, of Westchester said he filed a $50 million claim, alleging
he went blind after jailers failed to give him his prescribed glaucoma medications last year.
The next friend and next of kin to an arrestee who committed suicide while being held in a county jail on a domestic assault charge, brought a 1983 action alleging
that the county failed to recognize the arrestee's suicidal tendencies.
Female arrestees brought an action under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) alleging
that United States Marshals conducted unlawful searches and invasions of their privacy.
Another analyst is quoted as alleging
that El Paso had "prematurely booked" certain reserves before securing necessary permission to develop the assets.
A former prisoner brought a [section] 1983 action against a county jail alleging
Eighth Amendment violations.
The Company is alleging
violations of the Virginia Computer Crimes Act, the Federal Computer Fraud & Abuse Act, and State of Florida Common Law.
A pretrial detainee brought a civil right action alleging
due process violations and retaliation.