Desrochers v. San Bernardino, No. 07-56773
In an action claiming that defendant city suspended plaintiff police officers in retaliation for engaging in constitutionally protected speech, summary judgment for defendant is affirmed where poor interpersonal relationships amongst coworkers that might hamper the work of a government office does not automatically transform speech on such issues into speech on a matter of public concern.
Read Desrochers v. San Bernardino, No. 07-56773
Argued and Submitted March 5, 2009
Filed July 13, 2009
Opinion by Judge O'Scannlain
Michael A. McGill, Lackie & Dammeier APC, Upland, CA
James A. Odlum, Mundell, Odlum & Haws, LLP, San Bernardino, CA
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