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AbbVie Ordered to Pay $150 Million Damages in `Low T' Trial

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BEFORE YOU USE DIY LEGAL SITES, CONSIDER THESE RISKS

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A stern opinion by Judge Hamilton today in the matter of McKinney v. Sheriff of Whitley County (7th Cir. Aug. 8, 2017), highlighting why District Court's cannot weigh and ignore the evidence in favor of plaintiffs on summary judgment: "McKinney presented substantial documentary and testimonial evidence to support his claim, but the district court seems to have disregarded most of his evidence in favor of Sheriff Hodges' affidavit . . . [t]he district court disregarded most of McKinney's evidence, and that choice lies at the root of the erroneous grant of summary judgment . . . it [District Court] did not address most of McKinney's other evidence, which, to be frank, demolishes the employer's shifting list of rationales."

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The Seventh Circuit, in Stragapede v. City of Evanston (7th Cir. July 31, 2017), recently affirmed that the ADAAA direct threat defense is an objective inquiry, and an employer's good faith and subjective belief is not enough to escape liability. Additionally, the Seventh Circuit affirmed that the burden of proof is on the employer, not the employee, to prove a failure to mitigate damages.

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WHY EVERY LAW SCHOOL SHOULD TEACH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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