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Volume 13, Issue 1 (Fall 2017)

Selling the Footlong Short: How Consumers Inch Toward Satisfaction in Costly Food Class Action Litigation

Erica A. Burgos
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Are They Trainees and Not Employees at All? The Legality and “Economic Reality” of Unpaid Internships

Beatriz Carrillo
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Crediting the Incredible: How the Seventh Circuit Uses Procedure to Mask Its Improper Perfunctory Grant of Deference of Chicago’s Law Enforcement Officers

Ava B. Gehringer
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Between Scylla and Charybdis: Ezell v. City of Chicago (Ezell II) and How the Seventh Circuit Continues to Narrow Chicago’s Constitutional Path Forward of Gun Control

Christopher Gerardi
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

The “Animus” Briefs: Attacks on the Seventh Circuit Sound Analysis of Transgender Bathroom Rights in Public Schools

Brennan B. Hutson
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Baby Got (a Broken) Back, but No Remedy: The Seventh Circuit’s Refusal to Provide a Remedy for Eighth Amendment Violations

Timothy Lavino
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

The Cost of Obeying the Law?: The Seventh Circuit Rejects the Bona Fide Error Defense from a Debt Collector Who Followed the Then-Binding Law

Jun Qiu
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Neither Cruel nor Unusual: An Hour and a Half Delay in Treatment Can Now Amount to Deliberate Indifference

Monica J. Raven
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Stranded at Sea: The Seventh Circuit and the Rule 11 “Safe Harbor” Rule

Daniel Ristau
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Your Supervisor As Your Chattel: Broadening the Scope of Negligent Hiring and Retention in Illinois

Philip F. Vieira
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]

Outgrowing Its Usefulness: Seventh Circuit Limits the Application of the Common Actor Inference in Title VII Discrimination Cases

Michael G. Zolfo
13 Seventh Circuit Rev. ___ (2017) [Audio Synopsis]