Third Circuit Other Statutes Cases

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J.B. et al v. DENVILLE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION
as 2:2015cv03498
Plaintiff: J.B. , H.M.
Defendant: DENVILLE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION
Cause Of Action: Education: Handicapped Child Act
DOE v. SAINT JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY et al
as 2:2015cv02799
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights
HIGH BRIDGE BOROUGH BOARD OF EDUCATION v. N.C.
as 3:2015cv03389
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights of Handicapped Child
A.D. et al v. THE MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT et al
as 3:2015cv03396
Cause Of Action: Education: Handicapped Child Act
SOLANCO SCHOOL DISTRICT v. C.H.B. et al
as 5:2015cv02659
Plaintiff: SOLANCO SCHOOL DISTRICT
Defendant: C.H.B., B.B.
Cause Of Action: Job Discrimination (Handicap)
Doe v. York College of Pennsylvania
as 1:2015cv00915
Plaintiff: John Doe
Defendant: York College of Pennsylvania
Cause Of Action: Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990
Flood v. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) et al
as 1:2015cv00890
Plaintiff: David R. Flood
Defendant: National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Donald Remy, Mark Emmert and others
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights
M.P. v. PENN-DELCO SCHOOL DISTRICT
as 2:2015cv02446
Plaintiff: M.P.
Defendant: PENN-DELCO SCHOOL DISTRICT
Cause Of Action: (e)(2) Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
S.K., et al v. North Allegheny School Distric
as 15-1991
Plaintiff - Appellant: S.K., a minor, by his parent,, K.K.
Defendant - Appellee: NORTH ALLEGHENY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Seamus Johnston v. University of Pittsburgh of th, et al
as 15-2022
Plaintiff - Appellant: SEAMUS JOHNSTON
Defendant - Appellee: UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH OF THE COMMONWEALTH SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, doing business as University of Pittsburgh, ERIC KINSEY, MARK A. NORDENBERG and others
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