United States First Circuit

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Clukey v. Camden, 17-1120

Affirmed. Plaintiff, a police dispatcher, was laid off when the dispatch operations was moved to the sheriffs department at a nearby town. Plaintiff sued alleging violation of due process because of the recall provision in the collective bargaining agreement. The trial court found that the recall right was subject to a condition precedent that was not fulfilled by plaintiff. The jury found in favor of the defendant. The 1st Circuit affirmed that verdict and that the appeal fails because there was no demonstration of error or prejudice.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/06/25


  • Thompson


  • United States First Circuit


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