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Civil rights and constitutional litigation : cases and materials

Author: Charles F Abernathy
Publisher: St. Paul, Minn. : West Group, 2000.
Series: American casebook series.
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Abernathy, Charles F., 1946-
Civil rights and constitutional litigation.
St. Paul, Minn. : West Group, 2000
(OCoLC)745960112
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles F Abernathy
ISBN: 0314232338 9780314232335
OCLC Number: 44547189
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xlix, 891 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: The Original Civil Rights Statutes and Constitutional Litigation --
Section 1983 --
State Interference With Civil Rights --
Monroe v. Pape --
Note on the "Personal Liability" Model for [section] 1983 --
Monell v. Department of Social Services of the City of New York --
Note on the "Governmental Liability" Model for [section] 1983 --
Note on Stare Decisis and the Judiciary's Legislative Role --
Elements of a Plaintiff's [section] 1983 Claim --
Deprivations of Constitutional Rights --
Standards of Care Applicable in [section] 1983 Suits --
General Approach: Sources of Law --
Whirl v. Kern --
Note on Tort Law Analogies and Early Approaches to Defining [section] 1983 Standards --
Daniels v. Williams --
Note on the Source of Standards for [section] 1983 Claims --
Eighth Amendment Standards and Care of Prisoners --
Estelle v. Gamble --
Note on Constitutional Standards for Prison Medical Care --
Whitley v. Albers --
Note on Contextual Standards of Care --
Farmer v. Brennan --
Note on "Deliberate Indifference" in Eighth Amendment Cases --
Fourth Amendment Standards and Police Misconduct --
Tennessee v. Garner --
Note on Standards of Care Using Constitution-Based Words and Phrases --
Graham v. Connor --
Note on Police Misconduct Litigation Under the Fourth Amendment --
Note on Fourth Amendment "Search" Cases and Their Relation to Garner and Graham --
Substantive Due Process and The "Background of Tort Liability" --
County of Sacramento v. Lewis --
Note on the Origin and Uses of the "Shocks the Conscience" Test --
DeShaney v. Winnebago County Dept. of Social Services --
Note on Affirmative Duties, Third Parties, and the Line Between Sacramento and DeShaney --
Equal Protection: Racial and Gender Classifications (and Other Discrimination Meriting High-Level Scrutiny) --
Village of Arlington Heights v. Metropolitan Housing Development Corp. --
Note on Intent and Causation in Discrimination Cases --
Final Note on Methodology of [section] 1983 and Its Relation to Constitutional Law --
Elements of a Plaintiff's [section] 1983 Claim --
Action "Under Color of" Law --
Methodology: "Under Color Of" Law and The Fourteenth Amendment's State-Action Requirement --
West v. Atkins --
Note on Relation of "Under Color of Law" to State Action --
Scope of The State Action Doctrine: State and Local Government Employees --
West v. Atkins --
Note on State Employees and Officials as State Actors --
Scope of The State Action Doctrine: Private Actors Who Join With State Actors --
San Francisco Arts & Athletics, Inc. v. United States Olympic Committee --
American Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Company v. Sullivan --
Note on Private Persons as State Actors --
Scope of The State Action Doctrine: State Inaction or Neutrality --
Flagg Bros., Inc. v. Brooks --
Note on State Inaction and the Public Function Doctrine --
Evans v. Abney --
Note on State Neutrality as State Action --
Official Immunity From Liability for Damages --
Methodology: A Role for State Common Law? --
Pierson v. Ray --
Note on Sources of and Limits on Official Immunities --
Absolute Immunity: Judicial, Prosecutorial, and Legislative Functions --
Forrester v. White --
Note on the Scope of Absolute Immunity for Judicial Acts --
Kalina v. Fletcher --
Note on the Scope of Prosecutorial Immunity --
Qualified Immunity --
Harlow v. Fitzgerald --
Note on Qualified Immunity and "Settled Constitutional Law" --
Malley v. Briggs --
Note on Qualified Immunity and Civil Procedure --
State-Law Defenses and Sections 1988 and 1738 --
Wilson v. Garcia --
Note on Section 1988 and Permissible Resort to State Law --
Felder v. Casey --
Note on [section] 1983 in State Courts --
Note on Res Judicata and Section 1738 --
Relief --
Damages --
Smith v. Wade --
Note on Damages, Jury Trials, and Attorneys Fees Awards --
Carey v. Piphus --
Note on the Elements of Compensatory Damages --
Niehus v. Liberio --
Note on Interests Protected by Constitutional Law --
Injunctions --
City of Los Angeles v. Lyons --
Note on the Rules Governing Award of Injunctions in [section] 1983 Actions --
Milliken v. Bradley (Milliken II) --
Note on the Scope of Remedial Discretion --
Missouri v. Jenkins (Jenkins III) --
Missouri v. Jenkins (Jenkins IV) --
Note on the Outer Limits of Injunctive Relief --
Note on the Termination of Injunctive Supervision --
Limitations on Relief --
Exhaustion of Remedies and Prison Reform Litigation --
Preiser v. Rodriguez --
Note on Exhaustion of Judicial and Administrative Remedies --
Heck v. Humphrey --
Note on "False Exhaustion" for Prisoners' Claims --
Certification and Abstention, Especially First Amendment Claims --
City of Houston v. Hill --
Note on the Abstention Doctrine and Certification --
The Parratt Doctrine for Procedural Due Process Cases --
Parratt v. Taylor --
Note on the Scope of the Parratt Doctrine --
Zinermon v. Burch --
Note on the Line Between Pre-Deprivation and Post-Deprivation Process --
Note on Just Compensation Cases --
The Younger Doctrine --
Younger and State Criminal Proceedings --
Younger v. Harris --
Note on Younger and its Companion Cases --
Steffel v. Thompson --
Note on Standing and the Res Judicata Effect of Prior Judgments --
Hicks v. Miranda --
Note on Hicks and Later Developments Under Younger --
Younger and State Civil Proceedings --
Huffman v. Pursue, Ltd. --
Note on the Extension of Younger to Civil Cases --
National Private Truck Council, Inc. v. Oklahoma Tax Commission --
Note on Younger-like Doctrines and Their Application in State Courts --
Suits Against Governments --
Local Governments --
Liability --
City of Los Angeles v. Heller --
Note on the Derivative Nature of Local Government Liability --
Pembaur v. City of Cincinnati --
Note on Governmental Responsibility for "Policymakers" --
City of Oklahoma City v. Tuttle --
Note on Governmental Responsibility for the Actions of Non-Policymaking Officers --
Canton v. Harris --
Note on Governmental Responsibility for Failure to Train and Other Duties --
Defenses Available to Local Government Liability --
Owen v. City of Independence --
Note on Limitations on Governmental Responsibility --
State Governments and the Eleventh Amendment --
Will v. Michigan Dept. of State Police --
Note on Will and the Background of Eleventh Amendment Jurisprudence --
Note on Nomenclature in Suits Against Government Officers: "Personal Capacity" and "Official Capacity" --
Edelman v. Jordan --
Note on Relief Not Barred by the Eleventh Amendment --
Note on the Dividing Line Between State and Local Entities --
Expansion and Contraction of [section] 1983 --
Maine v. Thiboutot --
Note on [section] 1983's "And Laws" Language and Other Non-Fourteenth-Amendment Claims --
Note on the Elasticities of [section] 1983 Litigation: Supplemental Jurisdiction and Implied Repeal --
Sections 1981 and 1982 --
Private Racial Discrimination and The Thirteenth Amendment --
The Process of Rebirth --
Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Co. --
Note on Interpretation of the 1866 Civil Rights Act --
Note on Interpretation of the Thirteenth Amendment --
Section 1982 and Equal Property Rights --
Sullivan v. Little Hunting Park, Inc. --
Note on the Scope of [section] 1982 and Standing to Sue --
Clark v. Universal Builders, Inc. --
Note on Single-Race Victimization --
Note on the Fair Housing Act and Its Relation to [section] 1982 --
Section 1981 and Equal Contracting Rights --
The Right to "Make and Enforce" Contracts --
Runyon v. McCrary --
Note on the Opportunity to Contract and Private Choice --
"Contracts" and Related Problems --
Cook v. Advertiser Co., Inc. --
Note on the Meaning of "Contracts" --
"Racial" Classifications and the Force of History --
McDonald v. Santa Fe Trail Transportation Co. --
St. Francis College v. Al-Khazraji --
Note on "Racial" Groups Covered by [section] 1981 --
Note on Thirteenth Amendment Power Over Non-Racial Issues --
Section 1985(3): Equal Security, Conspiracies, and Dual Constitutional Sources --
Resuscitation and Possibilities --
United States v. Guest --
Note on Guest and Congressional Power under the Fourteenth Amendment --
Griffin v. Breckenridge --
Note on the Relation Between Griffin and Guest --
The Years of Experimentation --
Congressional Power Under the Fourteenth Amendment --
Action v. Gannon --
Note on the Nature of Rights and the Scope of [section] 1985(3) --
Racial "And Perhaps Otherwise Class-Based Invidiously Discriminatory Animus" --
Novotny v. Great American Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n --
Note on Classes Covered by [section] 1985(3) --
The End of Experimentation --
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners v. Scott --
Note on [section] 1985(3) and the Statutory Enforcement of Constitutional Norms --
Bray v. Alexandria Women's Health Clinic --
Note on Residual Issues Under Section 1985(3) --
Applying the Older Civil Rights Statutes to Federal Officials --
Statutory Claims --
District of Columbia v. Carter --
Note on Later Developments in Coverage of Federal Officers --
Alternatives to the Older Statutes: Direct Constitutional Claims --
Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of Federal Bureau of Narcotics --
Note on Direct Constitutional Causes of Action --
Davis v. Passman --
Note on Limits of and Defenses to Constitutional Claims --
Schweiker v. Chilicky --
Note on Congressional Determination of "Equally Adequate" Alternative Remedies --
Second Reconstruction and Beyond --
The Civil Rights Acts, 1964 --
Present --
Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 --
Public Accommodations and Congressional Power Under the Commerce Clause --
Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States --
Katzenbach v. McClung --
Note on Title II and Congress' Commerce Clause Power --
Title VI and Its Analogues --
Civil Rights as a Regulatory Regime --
Defining "Discrimination": The Intent-or-Effects Controversy --
Lau v. Nichols --
Note on Early Reaction to an Effects Test and the Limits of Constitutional "Tests" --
Guardians Association v. Civil Service Commission of the City of New York Defining "Discrimination": The Intent-or-Effects Controversy --
Cont'd --
Note on the Evolved Effects Test and Social Costs --
Defining "Discrimination": "Reasonable Accommodation" for Disabled Persons --
School Board of Nassau County v. Arline --
Note on the Analytical and Theoretical Elements in Disability Law --
Bragdon v. Abbott --
Note on the Elasticity of the Definition of "Disability" --
Note on Civil Rights and Shifting Social Costs to Third Parties --
The Reach of Title VI and Its Analogues --
Board of Public Instruction of Taylor County v. Finch --
Grove City College v. Bell --
Note on the "Correctness" of Grove City and the Feasibility of Funding Sanctions --
Note on the Legislative Reversal of Grove City --
Rust v. Sullivan --
Note on the Constitutional Limits of Federal Funding Decisions --
Enforcement by Privately-Initiated Litigation --
An Implied Cause of Action for Affected Beneficiaries --
Cannon v. University of Chicago --
Note on Private Enforcement of Title VI and Its Spending-Power Analogues --
Liability of Grantees When Employees or Program Participants Discriminate --
Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education --
Note on Grantee Liability for Failure to Remedy Others' Discrimination --
Title VII and Its Analogues --
Employment Discrimination --
"Discrimination" Proscribed: Standards and Defenses --
Disparate Impact: The Griggs Model --
Griggs v. Duke Power Co. --
Note on the Basis for Griggs and Its Early Enforcement --
Wards Cove Packing Co., Inc. v. Atonio --
Note on Wards Cove and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 --
Disparate Treatment --
Intentional Discrimination --
Proof of Intent --
Texas Department of Community Affairs v. Burdine --
Note on the Prima Facie Case for Individual Claims --
International Brotherhood of Teamsters v. United States --
Note on the Prima Facie Case for Class Claims --
Defenses --
Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins --
Note on Defenses to Intentional Discrimination --
Special Problems and Extended Analysis --
Sex Discrimination Cases: The BFOQ Defense; Pregnancy Classifications --
Rosenfeld v. Southern Pacific Co. --
Note on the BFOQ Defense --
General Electric Co. v. Gilbert --
Note on the Meaning of "Sex": The Pregnancy Discrimination Act and Its Limits --
International Union, UAAAIW v. Johnson Controls, Inc. --
Note on Pregnancy and the BFOQ Defense --
Sexual Harassment --
Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc. --
Note on the Definitions of "Sexual" and "Harassment" --
Burlington Industries, Inc. v. Ellerth --
Note on Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment --
Religious and Disability-Based Discrimination: The Accommodation Requirement --
Ansonia Board of Education v. Philbrook --
Note on the Accommodation Principle --
Suits Against Governmental Entities --
Fitzpatrick v. Bitzer --
Note on Underlying Considerations Affecting Coverage of State Governments --
Brown v. General Services Administration --
Note on Underlying Considerations Affecting Coverage of the Federal Government --
Relief --
Albemarle Paper Co. v. Moody --
Note on Discretionary Relief, the Right to Jury Trial, and Title VII's New Damage Remedy --
Franks v. Bowman Transportation Co., Inc. --
Note on Seniority Systems and Court-Ordered Affirmative Action --
Voluntary Affirmative Action and Quotas --
United Steelworkers of America v. Weber --
Note on Weber and the Transition to Johnson --
City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co. --
Note on the New View of Quotas --
Voting Rights Act of 1965 --
Discrimination in Voting --
Congress' Constitutional Power --
South Carolina v. Katzenbach --
Note on Congressional Power to Remedy Constitutional Violations --
Katzenbach v. Morgan --
Note on Congressional Power to Change the Substantive Scope of the Constitution --
Coverage and Enforcement --
Regionally Precleared "Effects, " Nationwide "Results" --
Section 5 and "Preclearance" --
Intent and Effects --
Georgia v. United States --
Note on Strict Enforcement of the Preclearance Requirement --
City of Richmond, Virginia v. United States --
Note on Standards Applied in Preclearance Suits --
The "Results" Test in Amended [section] 2 --
Thornburg v. Gingles --
Note on [section] 2 and Its "Results" Test --
Selected Provisions of the United States Code.
Series Title: American casebook series.
Responsibility: by Charles F. Abernathy.

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