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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

JESSUP v. LUTHER

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
A settlement agreement filed with a court is a public document where the judge dismissed the case with prejudice, even if the judge issued an order...
01/17/2002 01-1523

US v. COLVIN

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A conviction for the use of fire in a felony, under 18 USC 844(h)(1), may cumulatively apply to a conviction for the underlying felony without...
01/17/2002 00-3400

ALLIANT ENERGY CORP. v. BIE

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Public Utilities
A public utility challenging a state law that requires utility owners to be incorporated in the state, does not require the utility to state an...
01/17/2002 01-2293

CULVER v. CITY OF MILWAUKEE

United States Seventh Circuit
Class Actions, Labor & Employment Law
For class action purposes, plaintiffs who never received an employment application because of their race are not similar to plaintiffs of the same...
01/15/2002 01-1555

LONGSTREET v. ILLINOIS DEP'T OF CORR.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Employer who separated harassing employee from a prior accuser took reasonable steps to prevent future harassment, even if the harassing employee...
01/14/2002 01-1849

BEGZATOWSKI v. IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION SERV.

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
Asylum applicant's allegations that, as member of home country's military, he was denied adequate military training, experienced physical abuse by...
01/11/2002 01-2225

VILLAGE OF BETHANY v. AMCO PROD. CO.

United States Seventh Circuit
Oil and Gas Law
FERC may set different rules for allocating a pipeline's additional capacity than those for setting minimum and maximum tariff rates for the gas...
01/11/2002 99-1840

NAWROT v. CPC INT'L

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Diabetic who experienced problems in controlling his blood sugar, resulting in unpredictable hypoglycemic episodes that caused unconsciousness and...
01/11/2002 00-2849

US v. BROWN

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Allowing a defendant to assert an affirmative defense that his crime is not a "violent offense" for purposes of the federal three strikes law does not...
01/10/2002 01-1623
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