U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit - Justia Case Law Summaries
  • Sprinkle v. Colvin
    Sprinkle applied for supplemental social security income. After exhausting administrative remedies, Sprinkle sought judicial review of a final decision that he was not disabled. The...
  • Dual-Temp of Ill., Inc. v. Hench Consulting, Inc.
    Plaintiff won a judgment in a breach of contract claim. The court’s memorandum opinion and order, held the defendants liable for “$113,500 plus interest accruing...
  • Albert v. Magyar Nemzeti Bank
    Holocaust survivors and the heirs of victims sued the Hungarian national railway, the national bank, and private banks for the roles they played in the...
  • Visteon Corp. v. Nat'l Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh
    Visteon, a worldwide manufacturer headquartered in Michigan, sued National Union, from which it had purchased liability insurance between 2000 and 2002. The policy excluded liability...
  • Sorrentino v. Godinez
    Inmates Sorrentino and Neal purchased several items from Stateville’s commissary, but the prison later forbade inmates to possess those items (fans and a typewriter) in...
  • Ass'n of Admin. Law Judges v. Colvin
    The Association of Administrative Law Judges, a union, represents the Social Security Administration’s administrative law judges in collective bargaining pursuant to the Federal Labor-Management Relations...
  • United States v. Garten
    A jury convicted Garten of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in the conduct of telemarketing, 18 U.S.C. 1349, 2326(1). The district court then...
  • United States v. Lawson
    Lawson’s business, Evangel Capital, held itself out as a lender with $250 million in assets available to churches and other religious institutions. It issued firm...
  • United States v. Butler
    On August 20, 2012, Butler was detained following a traffic stop and arrested after the police detected marijuana. Upon searching Butler, the officers discovered several...
  • United States v. Taylor
    Sergeant Schwomeyer received a tip that Taylor possessed cocaine and firearms, checked Taylor’s criminal history, and learned that he had been convicted for possessing cocaine....

 

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