United States Seventh Circuit - December 2000 Opinion Summaries

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US v. ROSARIO

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Government had probable cause to arrest defendant indicted on narcotics charges under 21 USC 846 where informant, though previously untested, provided...
12/07/2000 99-2733

COMMODITY TREND SERVICE INC. v. COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMM'N

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Securities Law
Business's advice on commodities markets to customers is subject to antifraud provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act, and not exempt under the First...
12/06/2000 99-4142, 99-4143 & 00-3734

US v. ANGLE

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Ongoing plea negotiations do not justify a defendant's calculated decision to wait until one day before trial to file motion to suppress evidence, but...
12/06/2000 99-3349

Mason v. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Black employee's Title VII racial discrimination hostile work environment claims stemming from supervisor's and coworkers' racial epithets not...
12/05/2000 99-3120

US v. BOCHNEWYCH

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
Beneficiary of an unorthodox land trust has standing under Article to III to contest government's drug-related asset forfeiture proceeding where...
12/05/2000 99-4082

ROMAN v. INS

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
Immigration judge's impatience with immigrants' attorney does not show bias, or deprivation of a full and fair hearing deportation hearing, in...
12/05/2000 99-3510

US v. MEYER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's trial counsel was not "ineffective" by failing to ask for a mistrial, or alternatively, a cautionary instruction, after a witness alluded...
12/04/2000 99-1919

JAY v. INTERMET WAGNER, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Employer acted reasonably by trying to reassign employee to a new position, rather than restructure or shuffle job responsibilities amongst employees...
12/04/2000 99-4208

US v. PERGLER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant convicted of mail fraud, money laundering, and submitting false claims fraudulently bill Medicare for incontinence products failed to show...
12/04/2000 99-3879

DUFFY TOOL & STAMPING, LLC v. NLRB

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Employer is free to make unilateral changes in the terms and conditions of its workers' employment as soon as the parties reach a deadlock on...
12/01/2000 00-1626
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