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US v. MARTIN

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
In "litany" of appeals on trial issues and sentences after guilty pleas and convictions for conspiracy to distribute cocaine, no Apprendi violations,...
04/19/2002 00-3519, 00-3520, 00-3747, 00-3781, 01-1929

PERUGINI-CHRISTEN v. HOMESTEAD MORTGAGE CO.

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment Law
After becoming disabled, appellant filed for benefits under group insurance plan and challenged the amount received; plan administrator's decision...
04/19/2002 01-2981

POZO v. MCCAUGHTRY

United States Seventh Circuit
Administrative Law, Civil Rights, Criminal Law & Procedure
A prisoner's failure to take a timely and proper administrative appeal within the state system does not equal exhaustion of state remedies for...
04/18/2002 01-3623

US v. OESTREICH

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Tax Law
Following convictions for fraud against the U.S. government and failure to file tax returns, where administrative claims asserting no facts on which...
04/18/2002 99-4209, 99-4303

US v. TIOJANCO

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Two-level upward adjustment under U.S.S.G, for abusing a position of private trust, was properly imposed against defendant who pled guilty to federal...
04/17/2002 01-3170

MARQUES v. FED. RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO

United States Seventh Circuit
Banking Law, Civil Procedure
Because a judgment on the merits entered after plaintiff has filed a proper Rule 41(a)(1) notice of dismissal is void, the Circuit Court was compelled...
04/16/2002 01-2522

REMER v. BURLINGTON AREA SCH. DIST.

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law
Summary judgment and dismissal were proper on claim that student's expulsion from school had violated his procedural and substantive due process...
04/16/2002 01-2654

REXNORD CORP. v. DEWOLFF BOBERG & ASSOC., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Attorney's Fees, Contracts
In breach of contract action under Indiana law, by instructing jury that plaintiff could not prevail without proving that it had performed its duties...
04/16/2002 01-3095

US v. ALVAREZ-MARTINEZ

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
For purposes of sentence for conviction of being in the United States without consent after having previously been deported as a convicted felon,...
04/12/2002 01-1383

IENCO v. CITY OF CHICAGO

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Federal malicious prosecution claims should be examined under due process clause directly rather than under a theory of substantive due process;...
04/12/2002 01-2395
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