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US v. SCHUH

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
A leader/organizer sentence enhancement after a drug conviction was improper against a tavern owner, who allowed drug transactions to take place...
05/08/2002 00-3748, 00-3795, 00-3822

US v. TRAEGER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
In appeals from bank robbery convictions, no Brady violation occurred where appellant waived any claim that the government suppressed an immunity...
05/08/2002 01-2154

US v. BRITTON

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
In appeals from convictions for mail fraud, 1) sufficient evidence established intent to defraud, 2) attorney's motion to withdraw based on knowledge...
05/08/2002 01-2074

KROUGLIAK v. IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION SERV.

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law, Government Law
Motion to reopen appellant's asylum case, based on new evidence of his persecution in the Ukraine, was properly denied where evidence was neither new...
05/07/2002 01-3141

CERROS v. STEEL TECH., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
In an employee's Title VII suit alleging employment discrimination based on race, summary judgment for employer was proper where it was not shown that...
05/07/2002 01-1293

LUCINI ITALIA CO. v. GRAPPOLINI

United States Seventh Circuit
Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets, Remedies
Denial of motion for preliminary injunction, based on misappropriation of gourmet food company's trade secrets, was improper where the correct...
05/07/2002 02-1482

IN RE: BRAND NAME PRESCRIPTION DRUGS ANTITRUST LITIGATION

United States Seventh Circuit
Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Health Law
In an action for price-fixing under the Sherman Act, plaintiffs, retail sellers of prescription drugs, failed to adequately show that the drug...
05/06/2002 00-4206, 00-4264, 00-4265, 00-4266

PAYNE v. MILWAUKEE COUNTY

United States Seventh Circuit
Attorney's Fees, Civil Procedure, Civil Rights
Where "actual" verdict amount awarded to civil rights plaintiff was less than an amount previously offered, plaintiff was not entitled to fees under...
05/03/2002 01-1818

JOHNSON v. COMM'R OF INTERNAL REVENUE

United States Seventh Circuit
Attorney's Fees, Constitutional Law, Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Sanctions, Tax Law
Sanctions ordering attorney to pay fees incurred by IRS were permissible and did not violate equal protection, and attorney's bad faith conduct in...
05/03/2002 01-2509

US v. ANDERSON

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Appellant failed to show proper support for tenuous claim that he shared confidences with his counsel in a prior state action, which counsel may have...
05/03/2002 01-2933, 01-2934
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