Posts Tagged ‘waiver of governmental immunity’

Pleading Waiver of Governmental Immunity: What’s Enough?

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

In lawsuits against units of local government, the general rule is that the trial court must throw out the plaintiff’s claims if the unit raises the defense of governmental immunity and the complaint fails to allege a waiver of that immunity. This blog post looks at how detailed a waiver allegation must be for a […]