Nahmod Law

All My Section 1983 Posts to 10-12-15

TO MY READERS

It has been a while since I reorganized all of my posts (including videos and podcasts) in order to provide greater and more efficient accessibility for readers. There are now more than 150 posts.

I consider this reorganization important, and I hope it is also useful to you, because my posts are not intended to be of short-term utility. Instead, they are intended to serve the continuing educational needs of lawyers, law students, academics and the public at large.

I encourage you to search within each post for case names, topics and the like, that you are interested in.

I thank all of you for your ongoing support of this blog. I also invite you to follow me on Twitter @NahmodLaw.

Sheldon Nahmod (snahmod@kentlaw.edu).

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What follows is the first of four posts (three are rather long) comprising all of my posts (with links) divided into the following four parts and four corresponding posts: PART I: SECTION 1983; PART II: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW; PART III: FIRST AMENDMENT; PART IV: EDUCATION

PART I: SECTION 1983

My New Video on Section 1983 Basics

All My Videos: Constitutional Law, Section 1983 and SCOTUS

Section 1983 Supreme Court Decisions–2009: A Video Presentation

A Section 1983 Podcast: Damages and Procedural Defenses

From Monroe to Connick: Video

From Monroe to Connick: Podcast

Article: The Long and Winding Road from Monroe to Connick

“Section 1983 Is Born”: A Working Paper

My New Article: The Birth of Section 1983 in the Supreme Court

A Section 1983 Primer (1): History, Purposes and Scope

A Section 1983 Primer (2): The Seminal Decision of Monroe v. Pape

A Section 1983 Primer (3): Constitutional States of Mind

A Section 1983 Primer (4): Causation and the Mt. Healthy Burden-Shift Rule

A Section 1983 Primer (5): Statutes of Limitations

A Section 1983 Primer (6): Claim and Issue Preclusion

A Section 1983 Primer (7): Introduction to Absolute Individual Immunity

A Section 1983 Primer (8): Absolute Legislative Immunity

A Section 1983 Primer (9): Absolute Judicial ImmunityA Section 1983 Primer (10): Statutes of Limitations and Accrual After Heck v. Humphrey

A Section 1983 Primer (11): Statutes of Limitation and Continuing Violations

Rethinking Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution: Some Recent Decisions (I)

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution: Some Recent Decisions (II)

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution: Some Recent Decisions (III)

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution: Some Recent Decisions (IV)

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution (V): A Recent Seventh Circuit Decision

Section 1983 Malicious Prosecution (VI): Third and Fourth Circuit Decisions with a Fabrication of Evidence Twist

Iqbal and Section 1983 Supervisory Liability

My Position on Supervisory Liability after Iqbal

Post-Iqbal Supervisory Liability in the Third and Tenth Circuits

Recent Post-Iqbal Supervisory Liability Decisions in the Circuits

More Post-Iqbal Supervisory Liability Cases in the Circuits

Post-Iqbal Pleading in Federal Courts: Three Recent Circuit Decisions

Recent Post-Iqbal Pleading Decisions in the Circuits (II)

Two Recent Post-Iqbal Pleading Decisions in the Circuits

Section 1983, Statutes of Limitation and Accrual: Recent Circuit Decisions Applying Heck v. Humphrey

Recent Statutes of Limitation Accrual Decisions in the Circuits

A Third Circuit Statute of Limitations Case: Accrual, the Continuing Violation Doctrine and Equitable Tolling

Van De Kamp and the Shift in Prosecutorial Immunity

Prosecutorial Immunity Revisited: The Pottawattamie County Case (UPDATED)

Haywood v. Drown: Close Call for the Supremacy Clause?

Precluding Section 1983 Constitutional Claims: Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Comm.

Certiorari Granted in Madigan v. Levin: An Important Section 1983/ADEA Preclusion Case

DeShaney in the Circuits: Affirmative Duties and Danger-Creation

DeShaney in the Circuits (II): Affirmative Duties and Danger-Creation

DeShaney in the Circuits (III): The Fifth Circuit En Banc Holds the Line

DeShaney in the Circuits (IV): The Seventh Circuit’s Reformulation

DeShaney in the Circuits (V): The Third and Tenth Circuits Weigh In

DeShaney in the Circuits (VI): Some Recent Decisions

Justice Stevens and Section 1983

New Supreme Court Section 1983 Municipal Liability Decision: Los Angeles County v. Humphries

Certiorari Granted in Connick v. Thompson: A Prosecutorial Failure to Train Local Government Liability Case

Connick v. Thompson: New Supreme Court Decision on Local Government Liability for Failure to Train

Purdue v. Kenny A.: A New Supreme Court Attorney’s Fees Decision

Certiorari Granted in Skinner v. Switzer: Section 1983, Habeas and Heck

New Supreme Court Section 1983, Habeas and Heck Decision: Skinner v. Switzer

Gun Control, the Second Amendment and Section 1983 After McDonald v. Chicago

The Second Amendment and Gun Control: Unanswered Questions

Section 1983 Gun Liability and The Child Safety Lock Act

The Second Amendment and Section 1983: A Podcast

Kingsley v. Hendrickson: New Supreme Court Pretrial Detainee Excessive Force Decision

Anti-SLAPP Statutes and Section 1983 (Updated)

Anti-SLAPP Statutes in Federal Courts

Anti-SLAPP Statutes and State-Law Claims: Is a City Protected?

Section 1983 and the Intracorporate Conspiracy Doctrine

Qualified Immunity “Order of Battle” Modified

New Supreme Court Section 1983 Qualified Immunity Decision: Ortiz v. Jordan

Certiorari Granted in Camreta v. Greene: Appellate Jurisdiction in Section 1983 Qualifed Immunity Cases

Camreta v. Greene: New Supreme Court Decision on Qualified Immunity and Appellate Jurisdiction

Fox v. Vice: New Supreme Court Attorney’s Fees Decision

New Supreme Court Attorney’s Fees Decision: Lefemine v. Wideman

Borough of Duryea v. Guarnieri: New Supreme Court Section 1983 Public Employee Petition Clause Case

Certiorari Granted in Rehberg v. Paulk: An Intriguing Witness Immunity Case

Rehberg v. Paulk: A New Supreme Court Absolute Immunity Decision

Certiorari Granted in Filarsky v. Delia: Private Attorney Immunity Under Section 1983

Filarsky v. Delia: A New Supreme Court Private Individual Immunity Decison

Two Post-Filarsky Private Individual Immunity Decisions in the Circuits

Ryburn v. Huff: New Supreme Court Qualified Immunity Decision and a Slapdown of the Ninth Circuit

Messerschmidt v. Millender: A New Qualified Immunity Search Warrant Decision

Certiorari Granted in Reichle v. Howards: A First Amendment Retaliatory Arrest Case

New Supreme Court Decision: Reichle v. Howards and First Amendment Retaliatory Arrests

Certiorari Granted in Plumhoff v. Rickard: Excessive Force, High-Speed Police Pursuits and Scott v. Harris

Plumhoff v. Rickard: New Supreme Court Section 1983 Fourth Amendment/Qualified Immunity Decision

Wood v. Moss: New Supreme Court First Amendment Qualified Immunity Decision Involving Presidential Security

San Francisco v. Sheehan: New Supreme Court Qualified Immunity Decision Dealing with Shooting the Mentally Disturbed (ADA Issue Not Reached)

Carroll v. Carman: New Supreme Court Qualified Immunity Decision On Warrantless Entries

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October 12, 2015 at 2:48 pm

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