Shelton v Ranger College
ORDER RESOLVING MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT. The Court grants summary judgment in favor of Ranger on the Title VII and Section 1981 claims. Dkt. No. 13 . Shelton has failed to set forth competent summary judgment evidence of a similarly situated comparator, and he has thus failed to raise a genuine issue of material fact. The Court grants in part and denies in part Shelton's motion for summary judgment (Dkt. No. 14 ). The Court grants summary judgment in favor of Shelton on his pro cedural due process claim. There is no genuine issue of material fact for a jury, and the Court finds as a matter of law that Ranger did not provide adequate notice and hearing protections to Shelton before terminating his employment contract. However, the Court denies summary judgment on Shelton's breach of contract and substantive due process claims. (Ordered by Judge James Wesley Hendrix on 11/13/2023) (skf)
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