State Govt. Says Staffers' 'Intentional Wrongdoing' Is Off-Ramp From Bridgegate Civil Suit

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The New Jersey state government is seeking to be cleared of civil liability stemming from the actions making up the Bridgegate scandal on the grounds that it can't be ordered to pay for an employee's intentional wrongdoing.

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  • Seton Hall 2L

    I thought there is no automatic qualified immunity(federal court)case law support such,against those being sued as an individual, in their personal capacity, insofar as a malicious,intentional act et.al., with such malice. I shall continue to follow this lawsuit, as this should‘ve never happened,from the inception.

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