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PETRO v. MISHLER

United States Seventh Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
A bankruptcy trustee, who objects to a proposed debtor's plan in a Chapter 13 petition, must comply with 11 USC 1325(b) and local court rules for...
01/10/2002 01-2217

SEC. & EXCH. COMM'N v. LIPSON

United States Seventh Circuit
Securities Law
Presumption that defendant with insider information, who sold his shares just before the information became public and the price fell, was motivated...
01/09/2002 01-1226

IN RE: BARNES

United States Seventh Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Commercial Law
Indiana law permits an involuntary lien on a liquor license.
01/09/2002 01-1532

US v. MILLER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Evidence that defendant's ex-husband threatened a co-defendant, who was considering cooperation with the prosecution, is admissible as threat evidence...
01/09/2002 01-2136

RESEARCH SYS. CORP. v. IPSOS PUBLICITE

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property
The tolling period for non-resident defendants, under the Indiana Uniform Trade Secrets Act, Ind. Code sec. 34-11-4-1, does not apply if the plaintiff...
01/09/2002 00-3742, 00-4073

US v. WALLACE

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
In a plea agreement where defendant acknowledged that the sentence and drug quantity were not set, defendant may not withdraw the plea based on drug...
01/09/2002 00-3939

HALL v. BODINE ELEC. CO.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
The fact that one employee has authority to oversee some aspects of another employee's job performance does not make that employee a "supervisor"...
01/08/2002 00-4222

PATTON v. INDIANAPOLIS PUB. SCH. BD.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
An employee who was disciplined for sexual harassment is not similarly situated to another employee demoted for poor performance.
01/04/2002 99-3841

MARKEL v. BD. OF REGENTS OF THE UNIV. OF WISCONSIN SYS.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Employee who was denied "better" equipment, the ability to travel and make presentations, and removed from certain accounts that caused her to not...
01/03/2002 01-1513
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