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The Michigan Court of Appeals (COA) holds that, if an individual receives a positive administrative hearing decision entitling the individual to receive certain Medicaid services, 1) the individual could be entitled to monetary compensation in a lawsuit to enforce the administrative decision, even if the Medicaid entity complies with the decision after the lawsuit is filed by providing the services ordered by the administrative law judge, and 2) an entity like a Community Mental Health (CMH) agency cannot claim the “good faith” exception to a claim for monetary damages in such a lawsuit.View Case Details
Adequate Funding for Community Living Supports (CLS) Services for People in Washtenaw County Hiring CLS Staff Using Self-Determination.View Case Details
Children’s Mental Health Lawsuit
Access to medically necessary mental health Medicaid services for children under 21 diagnosed with developmental disabilities, emotional impairments, and/or mental illnesses.View Case Details
Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools
Protecting a student’s right to get relief under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that they cannot get under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).View Case Details
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- It outlines why the plaintiff believes the defendant wronged them.
- A person, business or organization who has the case brought against them in a court of law.
- A person (or group of people) who brings a claim(s) against another in a court of law.
- When the Plaintiff and Defendant put an end to their differences without having a trial.