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11-3028 - Jackson v. Jesus Tellado et al


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11-3028 - Jackson v. Jesus Tellado et al
March 17, 2014
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ORDER granting in part and denying in part 55 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment: For the reasons and to the extent set forth in the attached Memorandum and Order, Defendants' motion for partial summary judgment is granted in part, and denied in part. Ordered by Judge Pamela K. Chen on 3/17/2014. (Attachments: # (1) Exhibit, # (2) Exhibit) (Doerr, Mark)
February 15, 2017
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MEMORANDUM AND OPINION: For the reasons in the attached, Defendants' 104 motion for judgment as a matter of law is granted in part and denied in part. Defendants Deferrari, Reo, Heerey, MacNear, and Boneta are entitled to qualified immunity regarding the false arrest verdicts against them, and those verdicts, both for liability and for damages, must be overturned. However, Defendants Failla and Tellado are not entitled to qualified immunity for the false arrest verdict against them, and none of the Defendants who were found liable for excessive force are entitled to qualified immunity for the excessive force verdicts against them. Defendants shall have 28 days after the issuance of this Order in which to file their motion for judgment as a matter of law under FRCP Rule 50, or alternatively for a new trial under FRCP Rule 59, as to the remaining Defendants. Ordered by Judge Pamela K. Chen on 2/15/2017. (Gregorio, Heather) Modified on 2/15/2017 (Abdallah, Fida).
March 22, 2018
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CORRECTED ORDER granting in part and denying in part 113 Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law; denying 113 Motion for New Trial: The Court directs that Defendants' Rule 50 motion is granted in part and denied in part, and their Rule 59 motion is denied in its entirety. The Court grants Defendants' motion for judgment as a matter of law with respect to the jury's verdicts in favor of Plaintiff for failure to intervene in Plaintiff's arrest as to Defendants Tellado and Failla. In combination with the Court's qualified immunity rulings, this decision results in the overturning of all verdicts for Plaintiff relating to his false arrest claims. The Court denies Defendants' motion for judgment as a matter of law regarding the claims against all other Defendants. The Court denies Defendants' motion for a new trial. Additionally, the Court instructs the parties to submit briefing on whether the Court should grant remittitur with respect to the jury's compensatory damages award of $12.5 million and punitive damages award of $2.675 million. Defendants shall submit a motion for remittitur by 4/26/18; Plaintiff will respond by 5/10/18; and Defendants will file a reply, if any, by 5/24/18. Ordered by Judge Pamela K. Chen on 3/22/2018. (Rediker, Ezekiel) (Main Document 120 replaced on 3/23/2018. Modified to correct typographical errors on pages 26 and 30) (Abdallah, Fida)