Seventh Circuit Contract Cases

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Moore v. City Of Chicago
as 1:2015cv03983
Plaintiff: James A Moore, Jr
Defendant: City Of Chicago
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Piasecki v. Badger
as 1:2015cv03701
Plaintiff: Ronald Piasecki
Defendant: Dwight Badger
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Contract Default
First Merit Bank, N.A. v. Lynn, et al
as 1:2015cv03692
Plaintiff: First Merit Bank, N.A.
Defendant: Ila H Lynn, Mundelein Laundromat, LLC, 11264 Corliss, LLC and others
Cause Of Action: Default of Promissory Note
Parikh v. Patel et al
as 1:2015cv03501
Plaintiff: Vinod Parikh
Defendant: Bharat Patel, Nayna Patel
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Prince v. DiFatta
as 1:2015cv03457
Plaintiff: Todd L. Prince
Defendant: Frank DiFatta
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Contract Default
Mimms et al v. US Bank N.A, et al
as 1:2015cv03369
Plaintiff: Jeffrey Mimms, Gloria Mimms
Defendant: US Bank N.A , Bank of America , Nationstar Mortgage
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Breach of Contract
Schuller v Nicor Gas Co. We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2015cv03375
Plaintiff: Michael Schuller
Defendant: Nicor Gas Co.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Nathaniel Thompson v. U.S. Bank National Association
as 15-1767
Plaintiff - Appellant: NATHANIEL THOMPSON
Sklarov et al v. BMO Harris, N.A. as Successor in Interest to Amcore Bank, N.A. et al
as 1:2015cv02991
Plaintiff: Sharon Sklarov , Vladimir Sklarov , ATG Trust Company as Successor Trustee to Northern Trust Company as Trustee Under Trust Agreement Dated February 15, 2001 and Known as Trust Number 9810
Defendant: BMO Harris, N.A. as Successor in Interest to Amcore Bank, N.A., Bank of Montreal, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation
Fred Freeman v. Pennymac Corporation, et al
as 15-1721
Plaintiff - Appellant: FRED FREEMAN
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