FAIBISCH v. UNIV. OF MINNESOTA, 01-1140
An ADA claim against a university was properly dismissed on Eleventh Amendment grounds, and plaintiff lacked standing to pursue injunctive relief against supervisor as she did not clearly seek reinstatement to her position and could not establish a real threat of injury. Rehabilitation Act claim was governed by Minnesota's six-year statute of limitations for personal injury.
- Decided 09/20/2002
- Published 09/20/2002
- WOLLMAN, Chief Judge., Before WOLLMAN, Chief Judge, FAGG, and RILEY, Circuit Judges.
- United States Eighth Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Jill Clark, argued, Golden Valley, MN (Theresa L. Schulz, Lake Elmo, MN, on the brief), for appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Thomas J. Schumacher, argued, Minneapolis, MN (Mark B. Rotenberg, on the brief), for appellee.