- LeBlanc-Sternberg v. Fletcher
143 F.3d 748 (2d Cir. 1998), Docket No. 96-6287. Decided May 13, 1998. Opinion by J.
- Plaintiffs entitled to attorneys fees and costs in an action under 42 U.S.C. §§
1983, 1985, and the Fair Housing Act against the Village incorporated for the purpose of
excluding Orthodox Jews; award of nominal damages and dismissal of claims against the
individual defendants did not preclude award of substantial fees where significant
equitable relief was secured.
- Smith v. Wisconsin Institute For Torah Study, Inc.
218 Wis.2d 164, 578 N.W.2d 208 (Wis. Ct. App. 1998), No. 96-2922. Dated March 3, 1998.
Opinion by J. Cane.
- Yeshiva, religious high school, located in single-family residential district, could
construct dormitory as a permitted accessory use; no detrimental effect on neighborhood.
- Grumet v. Pataki
244 A.D.2d 31, 675 N.Y.S.2d 662 (N.Y. App. Div.1998), affd, ___ N.Y.2d ___, ___
N.Y.S.2d ___, ___ N.E.2d ___ (1999).
- N.Y. Laws of 1997, chapter 390, allowing municipalities, existing and yet to be formed,
to form new school districts, provided an impermissible, unconstitutional religious
preference to a Village occupied exclusively by Orthodox Jewish Hasidim desiring to
provide their handicapped children with special education services in an exclusive
Camp Ramah In The Poconos, Inc. v. Zoning Hearing Board of Worcester Township
Concerned Citizens of Carderock v. Hubbard
Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim Radin, Inc. v. Village of New Hempstead