FROST NAT'L BANK v. MIDWEST AUTOHAUS INC., 99-3872
In a summary judgment motion, the non-moving party is entitled to have the district court review the record to draw all reasonable inferences in the non-moving party's favor, but that does not require the court to stretch existing evidence to reach conclusions or bolster arguments it could not otherwise support.
- Decided 02/23/2001
- Published 02/23/2001
- KANNE, Circuit Judge., Before FLAUM, Chief Judge, KANNE and WILLIAMS, Circuit Judges.
- United States Seventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Maurice J. McCarthy (argued), Quinlan & Crisham, Chicago, IL, for Frost National Bank., Valerie K. Smith, Sacks, Albrecht, Copeland, Herzog & Sacks, Kankakee, IL, for Midwest Autohaus, Inc., Robert P. Geekie, Jr. and Michelle Geekie., Timothy J. Howard (argued), Howard & Howard, Peoria, IL, for First of America Bank of Kankakee County, N.A.