To lessen the Crohn's symptoms, Max should have been provided a high-calorie, low-residue diet and be allowed smaller, more frequent meals. Although he was transferred between three different prisons and such a meal plan was recommended by prison and free-world medical personnel, no prison would accommodate his meal plan needs. On June 1, 2009, in exchange for a waiver of fees, Max settled the lawsuit. He was represented by San Diego attorneys Frank J. Polek, Mark D. Myers and John C. Dineen. See: Max v. Hickman, U.S.D.C.-S.D.Cal., Case No. 04-CV-1189-L(AJB).
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