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SCOTT v. BARNHART

United States Seventh Circuit
Administrative Law, Government Benefits
In denying an application for supplemental security income disability benefits, an administrative law judge failed to adequately articulate the bases...
07/22/2002 01-3302

AMERITECH CORP. v. MCCANN

United States Seventh Circuit
Communications Law, Constitutional Law, Corporation & Enterprise Law
A complaint, seeking compliance with the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, seeks prospective injunctive relief for an alleged ongoing violation...
07/22/2002 02-1158

PARK v. CITY OF CHICAGO

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
A jury verdict finding for the city in a police officer's action, alleging termination based on race and national origin, is upheld despite numerous...
07/22/2002 01-1552/2760

APS SPORTS COLLECTIBLES, INC. v. SPORTS TIME, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Banking Law, Bankruptcy Law, Corporation & Enterprise Law, Securities Law
In an action arising from a loan default and transfer of assets from a bankrupt corporation, no valid claim of liability of individual corporate...
07/22/2002 00-2260

LIM v. THE TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIV.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law
An action for gender discrimination, in a university's decision not to grant tenure to a professor, was not actionable where a letter from the...
07/19/2002 01-4295

US v. HONDRAS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
An arrest warrant, signed by a clerk, revoking a supervised release, was not insufficient to confer jurisdiction to conduct a delayed revocation...
07/18/2002 02-1202

REYNOLDS v. COMM'R OF INTERNAL REVENUE

United States Seventh Circuit
Tax Law
In a dispute over claimed tax deductions, 1) no-liability letters from the IRS were not binding admissions of no tax deficiency, 2) legal defense...
07/18/2002 00-2966

US v. ACKLEY

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Indian Law
A conviction for theft from an Indian gaming establishment is affirmed where defendant would not have been acquitted but for alleged constructive...
07/18/2002 01-1958

CLEVELAND v. ROTMAN

United States Seventh Circuit
Injury & Tort Law, Legal Malpractice, Tax Law
A client's suicide was an independent intervening event, breaking the chain of causation from a tax attorney's alleged malpractice; suicide is not a...
07/17/2002 01-2488/2958

METRO. LIFE INS. CO. v. JOHNSON

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA, Insurance Law
A change of ERISA life insurance beneficiary was valid and effective, under the federal law doctrine of substantial compliance, despite a number of...
07/17/2002 01-3143