Pretty obvious, but a decision issued this week serves as a good reminder to employers that all race discrimination is illegal, whether it’s against members of minority groups or whether it’s against Caucasians.
Bank of New York Mellon lost priority status for its claim of $312 million in the liquidation of Sentinel Management Group when the 7th Circuit held that it should have suspected Sentinel was misusing customer assets and conducted an investigation into the source of the collateral Sentinel had posted.
It is rare that insurance coverage is provided based on an oral agreement.
When can a bank be at risk of unknowingly receiving a fraudulent transfer?
Two days before Christmas, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that is likely to have a dramatic impact in the highly-contested Caesars Entertainment bankruptcy case.
As we have previously noted, the EEOC continues to push the envelope on many fronts, including new theories/arguments in cases brought under Americans With Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq. (“ADA”), such as its recent attack on wellness plans, discussed here.
The CFPB, together with the FTC, has filed an amicus brief in Franklin v. Parking Revenue Recovery Services, Inc., an FDCPA case pending in the Seventh Circuit.
If you were hoping to pick up a cold one at an Indianapolis convenience store on your way to a holiday party this weekend, think again.
The results are in this afternoon in the Seventh Circuit’s vote to rehear en banc Rowe v. Gibson, No. 14-3316 (Aug. 19, 2015), and it was a close one, a 4-4 tie, which means that the majority’s opinion stands, though not without an extraordinary exercise in defensiveness by the panel majority (but more on that below).
The Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently affirmed the importance of paying close attention to procedural rules.