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DIXON v. MASSANARI

United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits
The fact that applicant was granted disability status after reaching a certain age does not make prior rulings that she was not disabled prior to...
11/08/2001 01-1635

US v. MARO

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
In determining whether defendant is a career offender, a prior state court conviction may count as a separate prior felony conviction even if...
11/08/2001 00-4208, 01-1882

BLUE CANARY CORP. v. CITY OF MILWAUKEE

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law
Under Milwaukee Code of Ordinances 295-27, burlesque theater that exhibits nude dancing is similar to an adult movie theater and thus may be excluded...
11/07/2001 01-2104

BILOW v. MUCH SHELIST FREED DENENBERG AMENT & RUBENSTEIN, P.C.

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA
Section 510 of ERISA, 29 USC 1140, which makes it unlawful for an employer to discharge "a participant or beneficiary for exercising any right to...
11/07/2001 00-2467, 00-2587, 00-3098

US v. REYES

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, International Trade
Government did not conceal exculpatory evidence relating to witness credibility when witness testified to that evidence at trial.
11/07/2001 00-1254

US FREIGHTWAYS, INC. v. COMM'R OF INTERNAL REVENUE

United States Seventh Circuit
Tax Law
The "one-year rule", which allows a taxpayer to deduct expenses for items that extend less than 12 months into the subsequent tax year as current...
11/06/2001 00-2668

US v. TROTTER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Under USSG 7B1.1(b), use of marijuana in violation of supervised release supports an inference of possession.
11/06/2001 00-4185

US v. HARRIS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Prosecutor's comments in closing argument that defendant did not rebut evidence from government's case in chief does not improperly comment on...
11/06/2001 00-3884

FREY v. ENVTL. PROT. AGENCY

United States Seventh Circuit
Environmental Law
Under section 113(h) of CERCLA, a remedial action is "complete" when cleanup measures are finished. However, occasional visits of environmental...
11/06/2001 00-2748

US v. 1948 S. MARTIN LUTHER KING DRIVE

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 16(b), a party must provide the court with good cause to excuse tardy filings, regardless of whether or not there will be a...
11/05/2001 00-2103 & 00-2351
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