United States Seventh Circuit - November 2004 Opinion Summaries

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US v. MCKEE

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Defendant's sentence for a drug conviction is vacated and remanded for resentencing where the district court went beyond the jury's findings when it...
11/12/2004 02-2626

BAIRD v. BD. OF EDUC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
A state breach of contract action does not provide adequate due process to protect the rights of a school superintendent facing termination, whose...
11/12/2004 03-3630

BAIRD v. DAVIS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus, Sentencing
Defendant's sentence of death for a murder conviction is affirmed over his challenge that the Indiana Supreme Court failed to give proper...
11/12/2004 03-3170

CYGAN v. WISCONSIN DEP'T OF CORR.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
In a wrongful termination action, summary judgment against plaintiff's First Amendment retaliation claim is affirmed where plaintiff could not show...
11/10/2004 04-1297

US v. STEWART

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's conviction for armed robbery is reversed for a determination of whether the admission of defendant's confession was improper under...
11/09/2004 03-2377

TACO BELL CORP. v. CONTINENTAL CAS. CO.

United States Seventh Circuit
False Advertising, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Media Law
(Industry: Food & Beverage)

In a suit to determine whether defendant-insurance company has a duty to pay plaintiff's defense of a lawsuit, judgment in favor of plaintiff is...
11/05/2004 03-2867, 03-2868, 03-3550

US v. ROGERS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's drug conviction is reversed where the in-court identification by a witness was unduly suggestive and improperly admitted into evidence.
11/05/2004 02-3578, 03-1870

MATZ v. HOUSEHOLD INT'L TAX

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
In determining whether an ERISA pension plan has been partially terminated, there is a rebuttable presumption that a 20 percent or greater reduction...
11/05/2004 03-4344, 03-4345

BUTTS v. AURORA HEALTH CARE, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Plaintiff's claim, alleging that defendant-employer's failure to promote her was racially motivated, is dismissed where plaintiff failed to rebut...
11/05/2004 03-4061

CIGAN v. CHIPPEWA FALLS SCH. DIST.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a notice of intent to commence a process leading to discharge is not a constructive discharge.
11/05/2004 03-4034