Maine Supreme Judicial Court - F.Supp.3d
In the 2018 case Freedom's Path at Dayton vs. Dayton Metro Housing Authority, the plaintiff accused the defendant of breaking the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Fair Housing Act (FHA) laws. They claimed the defendant blocked funds for affordable housing for veterans, many of whom are disabled. They also alleged that the defendant didn't apply for a federal rental assistance program for veterans, instead applying for it themselves. The plaintiff said the defendant denied their request for a reasonable accommodation under the ADA and FHA laws.
This case is significant because it addresses discrimination and housing access for people with disabilities, especially disabled veterans who have served their country. The case highlights the challenges and conflicts between groups attempting to get federal funding for housing projects. Additionally, it demonstrates the role of discovery in civil lawsuits: both parties filed motions to make or limit depositions of various individuals involved in the dispute. The court had to weigh the relevance, proportionality, and burden of the discovery requests with both parties' rights and interests.
The court has granted a preliminary injunction to Eli Lilly and Company and Lilly USA, LLC, preventing the government from implementing or enforcing the Administrative Dispute Resolution Regulation related to the 340B Drug Pricing Program. The court found that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) did not comply with the procedural requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) when promulgating the ADR Rule. The plaintiffs argued that the ADR Rule violated the Appointments Clause and the APA's procedural requirements, and the court found that they have a reasonable likelihood of success in proving their case.
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