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Summary judgment motion practice in the Northern District of Illinois By Regina W. Calabro Federal Civil Practice, April 2016 For district court and magistrate judges overseeing cases in the Northern District, counsel’s failure—or outright refusal—to comply with the local rules is a continuing source of frustration, as demonstrated by numerous decisions.
Case synopsis By Regina W. Calabro Federal Civil Practice, November 2004 In Maynard v. Nygren, the trial court concluded that the evidence and testimony clearly and convincingly demonstrated that Maynard was untruthful regarding his request for and receipt of the letter from his doctor, and that Maynard intentionally and willfully withheld the letter from the Sheriff.
The challenges of e-discovery By Regina W. Calabro Federal Civil Practice, November 2004 The evolving arena of electronic discovery presents significant challenges and a wide-array of potential abuses.
Discovery abuses in the federal system By Regina W. Calabro Federal Civil Practice, November 2004 The Federal Civil Practice Section is directed to raise issues of immediacy of federal practice and then provide necessary, timely, and hopefully rewarding assistance to the lawyer that practices in the federal courts within any of the three districts of Illinois.

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