Jeffrey Isham v. ABF Freight Systems, et al

Brief for Appellant; Kentucky Court of Appeals


A truckdriver, Jeff Isham, was retaliated against after he successfully pursued a workers compensation claim and returned to work. When he protested the employer both fired him and criminally prosecuted him. He was found not guilty of the criminal charges after they were initially dismissed by the trial court judge. Another trial court judge dismissed on summary judgment his civil case for retaliation, abuse of process and malicious prosecution. The Kentucky Court of Appeals reversed and remanded for trial.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 6th Circuit, Kentucky | United States

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