When a defendant seeks summary judgment on multiple claims, but the plaintiff responds without addressing  each claim raised, a district court may properly grant summary judgment on the unaddressed claims. In  Jackson v. Federal Express, No. 12-1475-cv (2d Cir. Sept. 9, 2014), the plaintiff employee filed disparate  treatment and retaliation claims against her employer. The employer moved for summary judgment on all  claims, but the employee's response only addressed the retaliation claims. The district court concluded that the  employee's failure to address the non-retaliation claims was a tacit admission that there were no issues of fact  as to these claims and granted summary judgment on that basis. The Second Circuit affirmed on appeal,  holding: "a partial response arguing that summary judgment should be denied as to some claims while not  mentioning others may be deemed an abandonment of the unmentioned claims."