No. 89-2975.

896 F.2d 1101 (1990)

BELL, BOYD & LLOYD, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Jack W. TAPY, Defendant-Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.

Decided March 5, 1990.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William L. Barr, Jr., Bell, Boyd & Lloyd, Chicago, Ill., for plaintiff-appellee.

Arnold L. Burke, Siegan, Barbakoff & Gomberg, Chicago, Ill., for defendant-appellant.

Before CUMMINGS and POSNER, Circuit Judges, and PELL, Senior Circuit Judge.

POSNER, Circuit Judge.

This is a diversity suit for breach of contract brought by the Chicago law firm of Bell, Boyd, and Lloyd against a disgruntled client, Jack Tapy, who refused to pay the last $63,000 that the firm had billed him (we round off all figures to the nearest $1,000). The district judge granted the firm's motion for summary judgment and entered judgment in the amount just stated but refused to award postjudgment interest. While not cross-appealing from...

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