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W. et al v. Willington Board of Education et al
as 3:2015cv00631
Defendant: Willington Board of Education, David C. Harding, Holly DiBella-McCarthy and others
Plaintiff: W.
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights of Handicapped Child
A. et al v. Greenwich Board of Education
as 3:2015cv00203
Plaintiff: A.
Defendant: Greenwich Board of Education
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights of Handicapped Child
DeMaria v. Cohan et al
as 3:2014cv01933
Defendant: Simsbury Board of Education , Mark Cohan
Plaintiff: Michael DeMaria
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights
P. v. West Hartford Board Of Education
as 3:2014cv01697
Defendant: West Hartford Board Of Education , Thomas Moore , Glenn McGrath and others
Plaintiff: P.
Cause Of Action: Education: Handicapped Child Act
Doe et al v. Education
as 3:2014cv01201
Defendant: Board of Education
Plaintiff: Doe , John Doe
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights of Handicapped Child
Leng v. Southern Connecticut State University
as 3:2014cv01146
Defendant: Southern Connecticut State University
Plaintiff: Dai-Yang Leng
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Dervishi v. Holland
as 3:2014cv01125
Plaintiff: Shkelqesa Dervishi
Defendant: R. Wayne Holland
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Dellacamera v. Harries et al
as 3:2014cv00859
Defendant: William Johnson , Margaret-Mary Gethings , Daniel Diaz and others
Plaintiff: Julie Dellacamera
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Welser v. Lazzerini et al
as 3:2014cv00136
Plaintiff: Verena Maria Welser
Defendant: University of Hartford , Richard Lazzerini
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Doe v. North Haven Board of Education et al
as 3:2014cv00008
Defendant: Dana Corriveau , Robert Cronin , North Haven Board of Education and others
Plaintiff: Jane Doe
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
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