United States Seventh Circuit - June 2019 Opinion Summaries

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Miller v. Southwest Airlines Co.

United States Seventh Circuit
Transportation, Labor & Employment Law
Addressed airline employees' claims that the air carrier followed unlawful procedures in connection with requiring them to clock in and out with their...
06/13/2019 18-3476

Bodum USA, Inc. v. A Top New Casting Inc.

United States Seventh Circuit
Intellectual Property, Trade Dress
Held that the manufacturer of a coffeemaker infringed the unregistered trade dress of a competitor's widely lauded product by mimicking the overall...
06/12/2019 18‐3020

Richardson v. Chicago Transit Authority

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Held that a bus driver may not proceed with his claim that he suffered discrimination because of his extreme obesity. Affirmed summary judgment...
06/12/2019 17-3508

US v. Tjader

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that a criminal defendant who was convicted of receiving child pornography waived the right to challenge several conditions of his supervised...
06/12/2019 18‐2447

Uncommon, LLC v. Spigen, Inc.

United States Seventh Circuit
Trademark, Intellectual Property
Held that a manufacturer of cellphone cases did not hold a valid trademark in the term CAPSULE. Affirmed a summary judgment in favor of the defendant...
06/11/2019 18-1917

US v. Spivey

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed that a convicted sex offender violated conditions of his supervised release.
06/07/2019 18-2435

US v. Terronez

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed a man's sentence for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
06/07/2019 18‐3169

Trujillo v. Rockledge Furniture LLC

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Held that a former store manager may proceed with an age discrimination lawsuit even though his EEOC complaint form incorrectly listed his employer's...
06/07/2019 18‐3349

Toure v. Barr

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
Held that an immigration judge did not abuse her discretion by denying a continuance. The immigrant wanted to delay his removal hearing in order to...
06/07/2019 18‐3634

US v. St. Clair

United States Seventh Circuit
Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that a defendant waived his right to challenge his supervised release conditions, because at his revocation hearing he told the judge he had...
06/07/2019 18-1933