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GRUBE v. LAU INDUS., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
A mere change in working hours does not rise to the level of creating an employment condition so objectively unbearable as to support a claim of...
07/19/2001 00-4131

US v. HAVVARD

United States Seventh Circuit
Evidence
Fingerprint evidence is reliable and admissible.
07/18/2001 01-1092

US v. MANJARREZ

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
The Constitution does not require a trial court to question a defendant sua sponte in order to ensure that his decision not to testify was undertaken...
07/18/2001 00-3569

BOCK v. COMPUTER ASSOC. INT'L, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
A severance payment plan governed by ERISA may be evaluated under general contract principles, without regard for the intent of either party.
07/18/2001 00-2628; 00-3348

US v. KOSTH

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A jury instruction on "sham" ownership of a business for the purpose of fraudulently acquiring government benefits need not specify the elements of...
07/18/2001 00-1215

US v. DOWELL

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
A remedial fine, compensating the court and the government for actual losses sustained as a result of an attorney's refusal to appear at trial, is...
07/17/2001 01-1298

US v. KRILICH

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Where the district court found that the Bureau of Prisons could treat defendant's medical conditions, defendant is not bedridden, and prison would not...
07/16/2001 00-3971, 00-4066 & 00-4221

MCLEOD v. ARROW MARINE TRANSP., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Where the union is not arbitrary in deciding that a particular complaint is subject to the normal grievance procedure, the union does not breach its...
07/12/2001 01-1060

US v. BAUTISTA

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Immigration Law
A downward departure based on collateral consequences of deportation is justified only if the circumstances of the case are extraordinary, and an...
07/12/2001 00-3227

SYBRON TRANSITION CORP. v. SEC. INS. OF HARTFORD

United States Seventh Circuit
Insurance Law
New York law applies a time-on-the-risk allocation as a way of determining the individual liability when there are multiple insurers, so that each...
07/12/2001 00-1407
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