Riley Landy Obtains a Dismissal with Prejudice of a Federal Case

March 9, 2024 |

Riley Landy recently a dismissal of a case in Northern District of Florida. She defended a state agency prosecutor and two investigators in their individual capacities for alleged claims of tortious interference with a business relationship, fraud, civil conspiracy, malicious prosecution, and violations of the Fourth and Fifteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.

The lawsuit stemmed from an investigation and eventual prosecution against the Plaintiffs’ medical license. Riley filed Motions to Dismiss on behalf of the individuals arguing, among other things,  they are entitled to sovereign immunity, qualified immunity, and prosecutorial immunity. The Court agreed and granted the Motions to Dismiss with prejudice. 

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