United States Seventh Circuit - July 2001 Opinion Summaries

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MASSEY v. HELMAN

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
A conclusory allegation that the prison's grievance procedure is unfair because the petitioner seeks to complain about some of the same people who...
07/31/2001 00-1478

US v. ATKINSON

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The government's recommendation of a sentence at the top of the revised guideline range and its specific objection to "any further departure" from the...
07/31/2001 00-1189

US v. HODGES

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A defendant's bare protestations of innocence, especially after a knowing and voluntary guilty plea in a thorough Rule 11 colloquy, is not proof of...
07/31/2001 00-1168

LOGAN v. KAUTEX TEXTRON N. AM.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Where plaintiff does not present any evidence that her harasser's vote counted more than others, that he controlled the actions of the other...
07/31/2001 00-3128

COMMERCIAL UNDERWRITERS INS. CO. v. AIRES ENVTL. SERVS. LTD.

United States Seventh Circuit
Insurance Law
Where the insured had only a limited involvement with the scene of an serious accident, and promptly gave notice to the insurer upon being named in a...
07/31/2001 00-3031

CRABILL v. TRANS UNION, L.L.C.

United States Seventh Circuit
Banking Law, Injury & Tort Law
The statutory duty under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681-1681t, to maintain reasonable procedures to avoid inaccuracy does not require a...
07/31/2001 00-2078

HORWITZ v. BD. OF EDUC. OF AVOCA SCH. DIST. NO. 37

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Just because an employer lists additional reasons for termination at a hearing subsequent to the termination does not prove that the reasons given at...
07/26/2001 00-4271

WINFREY v. CITY OF CHICAGO

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
The creation of a modified position for a disabled individual does not demonstrate that the duties he performed in the modified position are the only...
07/26/2001 00-2813

PUGH v. CITY OF ATTICA, INDIANA

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Even assuming that plaintiff showed that the city was wrong to believe that he misappropriated funds, a mistaken belief on the part of the employer...
07/26/2001 00-4169

MINNESOTA MINING & MFG. CO. v. PRIBYL

United States Seventh Circuit
Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets
Evidence that plaintiff took six years to develop its process, but that the company founded by plaintiff's employees developed a similar process...
07/25/2001 00-3021; 00-2972