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MAYNARD v. NYGREN

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
A case brought under the ADA was properly dismissed for discovery vioations becuase there was clear and convincing evidence of willfulness and bad...
06/22/2004 03-3436

JOHNSON v. LARABIDA CHILDREN'S HOSP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Plaintiff-s civil rights claim against her former employer where she was struck in the head by a security guard while attempting to gain access to the...
06/22/2004 03-2339

MCDONALD v. VILLAGE OF WINNETKA

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law
Plaintiff's Equal Protection "class of one" claim was rejected, because he failed to show someone similarly situated who had been treated differently,...
06/17/2004 03-1457

INGRAM v. MERRILL LYNCH

United States Seventh Circuit

Civil Rights
06/15/2004 03-3088

SCA TISSUE N. AM., LLC v. NAT'L LABOR RELATIONS BD.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
NLRB's ruling that a union member was fired by defendants based on animosity toward the union, rather than for violation of the company's code of...
06/15/2004 03-2508

WHITE v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's consecutive motion contesting the sentencing court's armed career criminal determination was rejected because it had been presented in an...
06/15/2004 04-2126

US v. MACEDO

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Court denied defendant's claims of lack of sufficient evidence and err in admitting prior bad acts, and found the Lower court erred in granting a one...
06/15/2004 02-3563, -3564, -3842

HALL v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Defendant is entitled to an evidentiary hearing regarding whether his counsel had an actual conflict of interest and whether his defense suffered...
06/15/2004 02-2972

RAMOS RAMOS v. ASHCROFT

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
In an immigration appeal where the initial hearing was competed by teleconference with the plaintiff in Iowa, and the judge in Illinois, DOJ's request...
06/15/2004 03-4050

NAVARRO v. FDIC

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Court found deferred compensation benefits were vested, and should have been paid to the plaintiff when her employer went into receivership, because...
06/15/2004 03-3265
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