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Martin A. Schwartz Martin A. Schwartz

The great majority of §1983 claims are asserted against state officials, local officials, and municipalities. A lesser but still substantial number of §1983 claims are asserted against private entities based upon their involvement with state or local government. When a private entity is sued under §1983 a court must determine whether the entity’s contested conduct constitutes state action.

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