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IN RE: BEMIS CO., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law
The facts that a suit brought by the EEOC against an employer involved discrimination rather than harassment, sought compensatory and punitive damages...
01/25/2002 01-8038

DONAHUE v. BARNHART

United States Seventh Circuit
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Government Benefits
In an administrative proceeding on an application for supplemental security income, when there is a discrepancy between the testimony of a vocational...
01/25/2002 01-2044

US v. VERA

United States Seventh Circuit
Asset Forfeiture, Criminal Law & Procedure
Apprendi does not require matters relevant to criminal forfeiture to be established beyond a reasonable doubt.
01/22/2002 01-1616

US v. COOK COUNTY

United States Seventh Circuit
Government Contracts
A municipality may be sued under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. sec. 3729 et seq., as a "person."
01/22/2002 00-4110, 01-1810

RASTAFARI v. ANDERSON

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Failure of counsel to sever murder trial from co-defendant is not prejudicial under Indiana law when both defendants were tried under the...
01/22/2002 00-4063

US v. PETERS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence that alleged victim had drank a large quantity of beer and testified she would never consent to sex with the defendant is insufficient to...
01/22/2002 00-2441

VUKADINOVICH v. BD. SCH. TRUSTEES OF N. NEWTON SCH. CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
Where an employee is fired for insubordination, evidence that the defendant supervisor was under pressure to "get rid of" employee is insufficient to...
01/22/2002 01-1625

US v. ALSHABKHOUN

United States Seventh Circuit
Environmental Law
Environmental consent decree provision that allows for the accrual of stipulated penalties during any dispute resolution is not unenforceable as a...
01/18/2002 01-1380

BRANDON v. ANESTHESIA PAIN & MGMT. ASSOCS., LTD.

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Health Law, Labor & Employment Law
Under Illinois law, firing an at-will employee for reporting Medicare fraud by other employees violates public policy, even if there is no specific...
01/18/2002 00-2486

EADS v. HANKS

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
A prisoner who was aware that a member of a prison disciplinary hearing was in a romantic relationship with a witness waives any due process objection...
01/18/2002 01-1720
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