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DADIAN v. VILLAGE OF WILMETTE

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Under Title II of the ADA, evidence that plaintiff had osteoporosis, a femur fracture, a total knee replacement, compression fractures of her...
10/18/2001 00-2674, 00-2757

US v. CARILLO

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Reliable tip that defendants had hidden compartments installed on a dozen cars, and observations that defendants did not use the traps for any...
10/18/2001 00-2643

GALLAGHER v. ABBOTT LABS.

United States Seventh Circuit
Class Actions, Securities Law
Because there is no absolute duty to disclose information material to stock prices as soon as news comes into a company's possession, securities class...
10/17/2001 01-1473; 01-1477

PENN v. RYAN'S FAMILY STEAK HOUSES, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Labor & Employment Law
An agreement to arbitrate employment disputes is not valid if the employer is merely a third party beneficiary and the dispute arbitration service...
10/17/2001 00-2355

RICHMAN v. SHEAHAN

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Officers enforcing courtroom security are not entitled to quasi-judicial immunity, a form of absolute immunity, when using excessive force to seize a...
10/16/2001 00-2173

US v. LIMARES

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
The failure to arrest a suspect before he took an unopened package to the defendant's house does not create an exigency; the exigency ripened only...
10/16/2001 00-3560

FIRST HEALTH GROUP CORP. v. BCE EMERGIS CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Consumer Protection Law, Health Law, Intellectual Property, Trademark
Because some confusion and misunderstanding are inevitable in any business relation, the Lanham Act deals only with confusion that exceeds the norm in...
10/16/2001 00-3833

LALVANI v. COOK COUNTY, ILLIONOIS

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Employment evaluation forms designating the status of the employee are sufficient evidence to defeat a summary judgment motion asserting that employee...
10/15/2001 00-1603

WILLIAMS v. JAGLOWSKI

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Since Illinois law is unsettled with regard to whether a police officer's failure to follow police rules constitutes a violation of law, an officer...
10/15/2001 00-2600

MATHIS v. PHILLIPS CHEVROLET, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Evidence
Even if the evidence of prior lawsuits was relevant to show a pattern of filing false lawsuits, and not merely to show a propensity for filing false...
10/15/2001 00-1892