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Tort Law Supreme Court Opinion

by Oumano, Emily


SC20705 - Khan v. Yale University (“Although the Second Circuit also asked us to answer whether, under Connecticut law, a proceeding before a nongovernmental entity could ever be deemed quasi-judicial for purposes of affording absolute immunity to proceeding participants; id., 833; we conclude that it is unnecessary to answer that question in order to resolve whether Yale’s UWC proceeding was quasi-judicial. Instead, we answer the certified questions focusing on the requirements that any proceeding must satisfy to be considered quasi-judicial.”)