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Case Name People Who Care v. Rockford Board of Education SD-IL-0001
Docket / Court 89 C 20168 ( N.D. Ill. )
State/Territory Illinois
Case Type(s) Education
School Desegregation
Case Summary
On May 11, 1989, black and Hispanic public school students from Winnebago County, Illinois filed a class action lawsuit under 42 U.S.C. §1983 against the Rockford Board of Education in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The plaintiffs, represented by People Who Care, ... read more >
On May 11, 1989, black and Hispanic public school students from Winnebago County, Illinois filed a class action lawsuit under 42 U.S.C. §1983 against the Rockford Board of Education in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The plaintiffs, represented by People Who Care, asked the court for declaratory and injunctive relief, alleging that their constitutional rights had been violated by racial discrimination in the assignment of schools and classes to students in their school district.

On July 7, 1989, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (Judge Stanley Julian Roszkowski) issued an Interim Agreed Order, governing the placement of students in particular schools within the District, the different types of classes that would be offered in each school, which schools would remain operational, and what types of academic entrance restrictions would be allowed for magnet schools. On December 15, 1989, the Court made the order permanent. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No.89 C 20168, 1989 WL 197569 (N.D.Ill. Dec. 15, 1989).

The plaintiffs asked the court to award them attorneys' fees and costs for their work to bring about the court order. On February 23, 1990, the District Court (Judge Roszkowski) granted the plaintiffs $112,935.50 in attorneys' fees and $14,765.54 in costs. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No.89 C 20168, 1990 WL 25883 (N.D.Ill. Feb. 23, 1990). The defendants asked the court to reconsider the award of fees and costs, and on April 10, 1990, the District Court denied the motion to reconsider. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No.89 C 20168, 1990 WL 53282 (N.D.Ill. April 10, 1990). The defendants appealed. On January 2, 1991, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dismissed the appeal. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 921 F.2d 132 (7th Cir. 1991).

On January 14, 1991, the District Court appointed Dr. Eugene Eubanks to serve as Special Master in the case. Dr. Eubanks was charged with evaluating the District's compliance with the 1989 Interim Agreed Order and directed to make recommendations to the Court for further remedial measures. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 1991 WL 166960 (N.D.Ill. Jan. 14, 1991). [He also appears on a number of documents listed as if he was counsel for People Who Care -- this seems implausible, but we have listed him accordingly.]

Following the recommendations of Dr. Eubanks and with the consent of the parties, the District Court entered an extensive Second Interim Order on April 24, 2001 which detailed a comprehensive desegregation plan to be implemented in the District. The Second Interim Order addressed the following issues: racial integration, discipline procedures, recruitment, management, staff assignments, facilities, grading, alternative programs, transportation, supplemental programs for disadvantaged minority students, voluntary transfers, equipment, funding, vocational education, ROTC, and curriculum requirements. The Second Interim Order did not resolve the plaintiffs' underlying liability claim and the District made no admission of liability therein.

Teachers' unions, which were allowed to intervene in the case, objected to portions of the Second Interim Order which affected their collective bargaining rights. Following a hearing, the teachers' unions appealed. On April 22, 1992, the Seventh Circuit ordered the District Court to vacate those portions of the Second Interim Order that interfered with collective bargaining agreements. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 961 F.2d 1335 (7th Cir. 1992) reh'g denied, 964 F.2d 639 (7th Cir. 1992).

On September 12, 1991, the District Court entered a preliminary order enjoining the school board election and compelling the plaintiffs and the defendants to engage in a joint effort with regard to election issues. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 1991 WL 299104 (N.D.Ill. Sept. 12, 1991).

On January 31, 1992, the District Court ordered the defendants to institute a system-wide human relations program to address attitudes and expectations throughout the school system including staff development, training, and education programs. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No. 89 C 20168, 1992 WL 184301 (N.D.Ill. Jan. 31, 1992).

On June 29, 1992, the District Court issued an order referring the case to Magistrate Judge P. Michael Mahoney for disposition of all pending motions. A hearing on plaintiffs' motion for a permanent injunction was conducted before Magistrate Judge Mahoney beginning on April 2, 2003. The parties agreed that the Magistrate Judge would make a Report and Recommendation to the District Court which would then rule upon the permanent injunction and liability issues. The parties further agreed that Magistrate Mahoney would oversee all past and future remedial measures. Magistrate Mahoney issued his Report and Recommendation finding intentional discrimination on the part of the District to which the District lodged objections.

On February 18, 1994, the District Court accepted and adopted as modified the Magistrate's Report and Recommendation, finding the defendants guilty of system-wide intentional discrimination in violation of the plaintiffs' constitutional rights. The District Court entered a permanent injunction and referred the case to Magistrate Mahoney for entry of further remedial measures. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 851 F.Supp. 905 (N.D.Ill. 1994). The District did not appeal.

On August 31, 1995, the court disposed of all issues regarding fees and costs for liability litigation by awarding the plaintiffs $1,827,124.00 in fees and $198,342 in expenses. Both sides appealed the calculations made by the court. On August 1, 1996, the Seventh Circuit reversed the decision and remanded the fee award back to the district court. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 90 F.3d 1307 (7th Cir. 1996).

On June 7, 1996, Magistrate Mahoney issued a Comprehensive Remedial Order [CRO], which provided for the changes in the following areas: desegregation of schools, within school integration, ability grouping, extra-curricular activities, human relations program, discipline code, curriculum and instruction, special education, community education, early childhood education, magnet schools, bilingual education, school-based planning, research and development, staff development, student participation and performance, student assignment, implementation and monitoring, organizational structure of the administration, transportation, personnel department, actions by District administration and board, disposition/acquisition of facilities, alteration of District boundaries, racial incidents, facilities and equipment, affirmative action, desegregation of teaching staff, financial impact, funding, and budgeting. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No. 89-C-20168, 1996 WL 364802 (N.D.Ill. June 7, 1996). The defendants appealed.

On April 15, 1997, the Seventh Circuit affirmed in part, holding that the minority teacher hiring goals established by the CRO were inequitable and unconstitutional, that the provisions of the CRO generally forbidding grouping of students by ability and establishing racial quotas for those ability-related groupings permitted were inequitable, that the CRO's requirement that within four years half of the gap in test scores between white an minority students in the school district be closed was inequitable, that the provision of the CRO forbidding school district to refer a higher percentage of minority students than of white students for discipline was inequitable, that the provision of the CRO limiting minority enrollment in remedial programs constituted impermissible benign discrimination, that the provision of the CRO cutting off the remedy at the preschool level was arbitrary and therefore inequitable, that the District Court was justified in ordering the school district to use a method of financing the building program that would avoid displacing the state's taxing authority into the federal court system, and that the Magistrate Judge's procedural orders allowing the special master to play a party role in the hearing were not appealable. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 111 F.3d 528 (7th Cir. June 7, 1997).

On August 11, 2000 Magistrate Mahoney modified parts of the CRO but denied the District's request to terminate it. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No.89-C-20168, 2000 WL 1855107 (N.D.Ill. Aug. 11, 2000). The District appealed. On April 18, 2001, the Seventh Circuit reversed the District Court's denial of the termination and remanded the case, ordering that the CRO would be terminated since the consequences of segregation had been eliminated. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., 246 F.3d 1073 (7th Cir. 2001).

On June 29, 2001, Magistrate Mahoney ordered that the School District was relieved of all obligations under the CRO with the exception of providing certain educational and remedial advantages to the Plaintiff class through June 30, 2002. At that time, the CRO would be fully dissolved. People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist., No.89-C-20168, 2001 WL 755306 (N.D.Ill. June 29, 2001).

On June 28, 2002 Judge Mahoney issued a minute order declaring that full control of the School District would be returned to the Board of Education effective June 30, 2002, and that the case was dismissed with prejudice. Special Master Dr. Eugene Eubanks was relieved of all duties related to the case and all pending motions were denied as moot.

Kristen Sagar - 02/05/2007


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
None on record
Causes of Action 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Defendant(s) Rockford Board of Education
Plaintiff Description Black and Hispanic public school children adversely affected by the actions of the Rockford Board of Education School District #205.
Indexed Lawyer Organizations None on record
Class action status sought Yes
Class action status granted Yes
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer No
Nature of Relief Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement
Source of Relief Litigation
Settlement
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Order Duration 1989 - 2002
Case Closing Year 2002
Case Ongoing No
Additional Resources
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Case Studies The Importance of Full Court Involvement: A Case Study of the Rockford, Il School Desegregation Efforts
By: Shannon Fisk (Harvard)
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Docket(s)
89-C-20168 (N.D. Ill.) 07/01/2002
SD-IL-0001-9000 PDF | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Interim Agreed Order 07/07/1989 (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0001 PDF | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order 12/15/1989 (1989 WL 197569) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0036 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order 12/22/1989 (1989 WL 197568 / 1989 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 16484) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0037 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order 02/23/1990 (1990 WL 25883 / 1990 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 2977) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0038 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 04/10/1990 (1990 WL 53282 / 1990 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 4997) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0039 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order 06/19/1990 (1990 WL 304277 / 1990 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19170) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0040 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Opinion 01/02/1991 (921 F.2d 132)
SD-IL-0001-0024 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Order of Reference 01/14/1991 (1991 WL 166960 / 1991 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 12068) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0041 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Second Interim Order 04/23/1991 (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0002 PDF | Detail
Opinion 07/23/1991 (1991 WL 299102 / 1991 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19207) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0042 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Preliminary Order Compelling Plaintiffs and Defendant to Engage in Jooint Effort with Regard to Election Issues and Enjoining School Board Election 09/12/1991 (1991 WL 299104 / 1991 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19222) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0043 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Interim Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order Providing for Remedial Relief 10/04/1991 (1991 WL 299105 / 1991 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19189) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0044 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order with Regard to School District Election Issues 10/21/1991 (1991 WL 299103 / 1991 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19194) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0045 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 01/31/1992 (1992 WL 184297) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0046 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Order 01/31/1992 (1992 WL 184301 / 1992 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 11642) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0047 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Opinion 04/22/1992 (961 F.2d 1335)
SD-IL-0001-0025 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
On Petitions for Rehearing Per Curiam 05/18/1992 (964 F.2d 639)
SD-IL-0001-0026 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Order 05/22/1992 (1992 WL 184303 / 1992 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 11641) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0048 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Interim Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order Providing for Remedial Relief Relative to the Issuance of $10,000,000.00 of Bonds 06/16/1992 (1992 WL 184295 / 1992 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 11643) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0049 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 10/13/1992 (1992 WL 300998 / 1992 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 15975) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0050 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Third Amended Complaint 06/18/1993
SD-IL-0001-0020 PDF | Detail
Order 02/18/1994 (851 F.Supp. 905) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0027 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
School Finance 101- Basic Information about how the public school system is funded 03/01/1995
SD-IL-0001-0003 PDF | Detail
Opinion 10/12/1995 (68 F.3d 172)
SD-IL-0001-0029 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Comprehensive Remedial Order 06/07/1996 (1996 WL 364802 / 1996 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 9530) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0051 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Westlaw
Opinion 08/01/1996 (90 F.3d 1307)
SD-IL-0001-0030 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Progress Report: Student Assignment Component of the Comprehensive Remedial Order 01/01/1997
SD-IL-0001-0022 PDF | Detail
Public Schools Financial Services Group: Description of Funds 01/16/1997
SD-IL-0001-0004 PDF | Detail
Notice of Filing and Certificate of Service 01/21/1997
SD-IL-0001-0018 PDF | Detail
Plaintiffs' Brief 01/21/1997
SD-IL-0001-0019 PDF | Detail
Opinion 04/15/1997 (111 F.3d 528)
SD-IL-0001-0028 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Complaint 09/10/1997
SD-IL-0001-0005 PDF | Detail
Illinois State Board of Education 1997-1998 School Year Report Card 01/01/1998
SD-IL-0001-0006 PDF | Detail
Order 05/07/1998 (179 F.R.D. 551) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0035 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Student Assignment Between Schools 05/08/1998
SD-IL-0001-0007 PDF | Detail
Memorandum in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss 05/29/1998
SD-IL-0001-0015 PDF | Detail
Opinion 07/17/1998 (150 F.3d 686)
SD-IL-0001-0032 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Rockford Public Schools Fiscal Year 1998/1999 Budget 08/11/1998
SD-IL-0001-0009 PDF | Detail
Opinion 09/04/1998 (153 F.3d 834)
SD-IL-0001-0033 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Preliminary Bibliography 11/17/1998
SD-IL-0001-0010 PDF | Detail
Consolidated Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellees 12/16/1998
SD-IL-0001-0017 PDF | Detail
Opinion 03/19/1999 (171 F.3d 1083)
SD-IL-0001-0031 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Dept. of Desegregation: Controlled Choice Middle School Assingments Results for the 1999-2000 School Year 03/25/1999
SD-IL-0001-0012 PDF | Detail
Plaintiff's Motion for an order directing defendant RSD to adopt FY 99 CRO fund 12 and COPS Levies, Extending the state law deadline for levy adoption 04/15/1999
SD-IL-0001-0013 PDF | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order 08/11/2000 (2000 WL 1855107 / 2000 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 17988) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0052 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Opinion 05/22/2001 (246 F.3d 1073)
SD-IL-0001-0034 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Memorandum Opinion and Order 06/29/2001 (2001 WL 755306) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0053 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Rockford Public Schools Financial Information Summary 08/01/2001
SD-IL-0001-0008 PDF | Detail
Memorandum Opinion and Order Setting Responsibilities and Powers of Monitor 08/08/2001 (2001 WL 910504 / 2001 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 11664) (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0054 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Opinion 01/14/2002 (272 F.3d 936)
SD-IL-0001-0023 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Judges Bauer, William Joseph (Seventh Circuit, N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0033
Cudahy, Richard Dickson (Seventh Circuit)
SD-IL-0001-0029
Cummings, Walter Joseph (Seventh Circuit)
SD-IL-0001-0030
Easterbrook, Frank Hoover (Seventh Circuit)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026
Kanne, Michael Stephen (Seventh Circuit, N.D. Ind.)
SD-IL-0001-0033
Mahoney, P. Michael (N.D. Ill.) [Magistrate]
SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-0052 | SD-IL-0001-0053 | SD-IL-0001-0054 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Posner, Richard Allen (Seventh Circuit)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034
Roszkowski, Stanley Julian (N.D. Ill.)
SD-IL-0001-0001 | SD-IL-0001-0002 | SD-IL-0001-0027 | SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038 | SD-IL-0001-0039 | SD-IL-0001-0040 | SD-IL-0001-0041 | SD-IL-0001-0042 | SD-IL-0001-0043 | SD-IL-0001-0044 | SD-IL-0001-0045 | SD-IL-0001-0046 | SD-IL-0001-0047 | SD-IL-0001-0048 | SD-IL-0001-0049 | SD-IL-0001-0050
Monitors/Masters None on record
Plaintiff's Lawyers Ashley, Carol R. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0028
Bradtke, James G. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029
Campos, Andrew (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Egner, Charles A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Eubanks, Eugene (Missouri)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Faulkner, David P. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Fischer, Jennifer Louise (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Futterman, Craig B. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0017 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0031
Futterman, Ronald L. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Hartfield, Claire T. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Hartunian, Aram A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024
Haskell, Vincent (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0028
Hervey, Venita (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0013 | SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0034
Hoggard, Denise Reid (Arkansas)
SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Holley, Charles J. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0020
Howard, Robert C. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0001 | SD-IL-0001-0002 | SD-IL-0001-0013 | SD-IL-0001-0017 | SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0027 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038 | SD-IL-0001-0039 | SD-IL-0001-0040 | SD-IL-0001-0041 | SD-IL-0001-0042 | SD-IL-0001-0046 | SD-IL-0001-0047 | SD-IL-0001-0048 | SD-IL-0001-0049 | SD-IL-0001-0050 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Jennings, Diane I. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Lehrer, Robert E. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0017 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033
Mangold Spoto, Kathleen (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0013 | SD-IL-0001-0017 | SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Matlack, Joan (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0013 | SD-IL-0001-0017 | SD-IL-0001-0018 | SD-IL-0001-0019 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032
Piers, Matthew J. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0027 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Pulliam, Janet L. (Arkansas)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Rothstein, Jonathan A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0020 | SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Scheurich, G. Michael (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0005 | SD-IL-0001-0015
Shappert, Amy E. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Spears, Jeffry S. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Sukenik, Dana H. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Defendant's Lawyers Broncato, Patrick J. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Bueschel, Thomas A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038 | SD-IL-0001-0039
Ciambrone, Rosanne (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Cooper, G. Robb (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0035
Cooper, Charles Justin (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-9000
Ellch, Robert H. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030
Eyestone, Linda L. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024
Francisco, Noel (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-9000
Goldgar, A. Benjamin (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0032
Hess, James Michael (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-9000
Himes, Albert Lynn (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Izzo, John M. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Kardell, Gary Richard (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Kirk, Michael W. (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Kula, David P. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Lester, Thomas J. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0034 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Lischer, Nancy G. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033
Moore, Stephen T. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-9000
O'Brien, Michael (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038
Pearl, Jonathan A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030
Petrarca, Justino D. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Preiner, Barbara A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0032
Quinlan, William J. Jr. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0023 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Ryan, James E. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0032
Scariano, Anthony A. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0001 | SD-IL-0001-0002 | SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0027 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038 | SD-IL-0001-0039 | SD-IL-0001-0040 | SD-IL-0001-0041 | SD-IL-0001-0042 | SD-IL-0001-0046 | SD-IL-0001-0047 | SD-IL-0001-0048 | SD-IL-0001-0049 | SD-IL-0001-0050 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Schmidt, John (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0040 | SD-IL-0001-0041 | SD-IL-0001-0042 | SD-IL-0001-0046 | SD-IL-0001-0047 | SD-IL-0001-0048 | SD-IL-0001-0049 | SD-IL-0001-0050
Swoffard, Stephen R. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033
Weiner, Lawrence J. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0024 | SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0029 | SD-IL-0001-0030 | SD-IL-0001-0032 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051
Other Lawyers Agnew, Patrick H. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Alexander, Peter (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Buhai, Barbara Jean (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Carle, Susan D. (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026
Chanin, Robert H. (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026
Collins, Jeremiah A. (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026
DeBruyne, Peter D. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0031 | SD-IL-0001-0033 | SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Katz, Stephen Gary (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0025 | SD-IL-0001-0026 | SD-IL-0001-0027 | SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0036 | SD-IL-0001-0037 | SD-IL-0001-0038 | SD-IL-0001-0039 | SD-IL-0001-0040 | SD-IL-0001-0041 | SD-IL-0001-0042 | SD-IL-0001-0046 | SD-IL-0001-0047 | SD-IL-0001-0048 | SD-IL-0001-0049 | SD-IL-0001-0050 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Lovett, Tammara M. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Poloyac, Denise S. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0028 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000
Seitz, Virginia A. (District of Columbia)
SD-IL-0001-0028
Thomas, Charles F. (Illinois)
SD-IL-0001-0035 | SD-IL-0001-0051 | SD-IL-0001-9000

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