United States Seventh Circuit - November 2018 Opinion Summaries

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US v. Young

United States Seventh Circuit
Government Benefits, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed the prison sentence of a defendant who pleaded guilty to wire fraud for defrauding the Veterans Administration regarding the extent of his...
11/06/2018 17‐3494

US v. Correa

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed the denial of a motion to suppress evidence of drug trafficking found inside a condominium, in a case where drug enforcement agents located...
11/05/2018 16-2316

Ashby v. Warrick County School Corp.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law
Held that an elementary school did not violate handicap access laws by presenting a Christmas choir concert at a local history museum that was...
11/05/2018 18-1371

US v. Pennington

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed the sentence of a woman who pleaded guilty to distributing illegal drugs.
11/05/2018 18-1375

US v. Downey

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed the supervised release conditions imposed as part of a sentence for attempted bank robbery, rejecting the defendant's argument that the...
11/02/2018 17-3286

EEOC v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

United States Seventh Circuit
Attorney's Fees, Labor & Employment Law
In an amended opinion, held that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission did not have to pay the legal fees of an employer that it sued...
11/02/2018 17-1828

Gallo v. Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Medical Center, Inc.

United States Seventh Circuit
Health Law, Labor & Employment Law
Held that a healthcare organization was not liable for giving a dermatologist a poor job reference. The reference, even if it was prohibited by her...
11/01/2018 17-1623

Edwards v. Jolliff-Blake

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Held that probable cause supported a search warrant used to search a citizen's home for drugs and a suspected drug dealer that were not found....
11/01/2018 17‐1848