Case: Individual Employment Rights/Due Process (N.D. Ill.)

April 6, 2021, 5:31 PM

A statewide Illinois school district for incarcerated juveniles and its board are entitled to qualified immunity and a grant of summary judgment on claims raised on behalf of a former district superintendent by the trustee for his bankruptcy estate, in which the trustee alleges the superintendent was was fired in violation of his constitutional due process rights and the terms of his employment contract, a federal court in Illinois rules. After the board learned of the superintendant’s arrest for trespass and criminal damage, it met with him and discussed his resignation, however, he failed to engage in pre-termination process and...

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