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HAYS v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Drugs & Biotech, Health Law
Defendant's conviction for illegal use of prescription drugs is affirmed over his request for collateral relief, claiming that his attorneys provided...
02/10/2005 04-2456

TRUSTEES v. LACOSTA, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Contracts, Labor & Employment Law
In a collective bargaining agreement(CBA) dispute, summary judgment in favor of defendant is affirmed where it did not demonstrate an unequivocal...
02/10/2005 04-2591

LARAMORE v. RITCHIE REALTY MGMT. CO.

United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits, Landlord Tenant Law
The rental of residential property is not a credit transaction covered by the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
02/09/2005 04-1421

NLRB v. CURWOOD INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Promising benefits to voting production employees to discourage union support and blaming the union for the absence of further benefits constitute...
02/09/2005 03-3972

PRESTON v. WISCONSIN HEALTH FUND

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
Plaintiff's suit, alleging sexual discrimination, is dismissed where plaintiff's only evidence, that more women than men received large raises, is...
02/09/2005 04-2384

ROQUET v. ARTHUR ANDERSEN, LLP

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
In a claim for backpay under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act), the district court properly dismissed the suit under...
02/09/2005 04-1616, 04-1838

GULLEY v. SAHARA COAL TRUST

United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits, Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
In a suit for disability benefits under the Black Lung Benefits Act, recovery is precluded where plaintiff-coal miner was forced to stop working due...
02/08/2005 04-1427, 04-1645

FLOWERS v. COLUMBIA COLL.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
Under 42 U.S.C. section 2000e-3(a), no employer may retaliate against someone who makes or supports a charge of discrimination against any employer.
02/08/2005 04-2899

IN RE: CONSOL. INDUS. CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
In a lawsuit stemming from a bankruptcy action, plaintiff's appeal, seeking to compel the approval of a settlement, is dismissed as moot since the...
02/08/2005 04-2332

IN RE: CONSOL. INDUS. CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
In a lawsuit stemming from a bankruptcy action, plaintiff's appeal, seeking to compel the approval of a settlement, is dismissed as moot since the...
02/08/2005 04-2332