U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit - Justia Case Law Summaries
  • United States v. Clark
    Clark entered a credit union wearing a two‐tone baseball hat and sunglasses, walked out, and got into his blue Ford Crown Victoria. Days later, a...
  • Morjal v. City of Chicago
    Morjal sued Chicago and individual police officers under 42 U.S.C. 1983, alleging unlawful search and seizure, excessive force, conspiracy, false imprisonment, assault and malicious prosecution....
  • Druckzentrum Harry Jung GmbH v. Motorola Mobility LLC
    In 2008 Motorola agreed to make a good-faith effort to purchase two percent of its cell-phone user-manual needs from Druckzentrum, a printer based in Germany....
  • Stuhlmacher v. Home Depot U.S.A., Inc.
    Stuhlmacher’s parents purchased a ladder from Home Depot so that their son, Kurt, a millwright technician, could work on the roof of a cabin he...
  • Sierra Club v. United States Envtl. Prot. Agency
    Sierra Club challenged the Environmental Protection Agency’s decisions to redesignate three geographic areas—Milwaukee-Racine, Greater Chicago, and the Illinois portion of the St. Louis area—as having...
  • United States v. Jones
    Jones pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. Other charges were dismissed. Jones qualified for the safety valve and retroactive amendment to the USSG,...
  • Harold v. Steel
    A Marion, Indiana small claims court entered a judgment against Kevin about $1,000. He did not pay, although he had agreed to the judgment’s entry....
  • Ripberger v. Corizon, Inc.
    Ripberger, born in 1951, began working for IDOC as a substance abuse counselor in 1991. She lost her job in 2010, when IDOC contracted out...
  • DeLee v. City of Plymouth
    Pursuant to a long-standing local ordinance, the City of Plymouth, Indiana pays its police officers “longevity pay” after each work anniversary, calculated by multiplying $225...
  • United States v. Potter
    Chicago’s Minority and Women-owned Procurement Program requires companies contracting with the city to hire or subcontract with minority-owned businesses (MBEs). An MBE must be at...

 

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