FOUND. FOR INTERIOR DESIGN ED. RESEARCH v. SAVANNAH COLL. OF ART & DESIGN, 99-2122
Defendant's failure to prove that plaintiff acted in an arbitrary or unreasonable manner in denying defendant's educational accreditation application, especially where the record shows that plaintiff's accreditation decision was based on substantial evidence, warrants dismissal of case.
- Decided 03/27/2001
- Published 03/27/2001
- Before: MERRITT, WELLFORD, and SILER, Circuit Judges.
- United States Sixth Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Todd R. Dickinson, David L. Harrison (briefed), Tolley, Vandenbosch, Walton, Korolewicz & Brengle, Grand Rapids, MI, Peter M. Degnan (briefed), Anne S. Rampacek (briefed), Frank G. Smith III (argued and briefed), Alston & Bird, Atlanta, GA, for Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Douglas M. Mangel (argued), James A. Meyers (briefed), Drinker, Biddle & Reath, Washington, DC, Douglas W. Van Essen, Stenger & Stenger, Grand Rapids, MI, for Appellee.