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Giaraputo v. Xerox Corporation We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 13-1658
Plaintiff: Helene Giaraputo, Ind obo all other similarly situated, Seymour Lazar, Ind &o/b/o all othere similarly situated, Thomas Zambito and others
Plaintiff - Appellant: Thomas Dalberth, IBEW Local 164 Welfare Fund, Robert W. Roten and others
Defendant - Appellee: Xerox Corporation, Barry Romeril, Paul A. Allaire and others
United Van Lines, LLC v. Sarfaty
as 11-1868
Plaintiff - Appellee: United Van Lines, LLC
Defendant - Appellant: Marsha Sarfaty
Controlotron Corporation v. Siemens Industry, Inc.
as 11-310
Respondent - Appellee: Siemens Energy &Automation, Incorporated
Petitioner - Appellant: Controlotron Corporation
H & H Acquisition Corporation v. Financial Intranet
as 10-2259
Plaintiff-Counter-Defendant - Appellant: H & H Acquisition Corporation, Individually and on behalf of Financial Intranet, Inc.
Defendant: Financial Intranet, Inc., Ben B. Stein, Interwest Transfer Company and others
Defendant - Appellee: Financial Intranet Holdings, Steven A. Sanders, Michael Sheppard and others
Figueiredo Ferraz E Engenharia v. The Republic of Peru We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-1612
Plaintiff - Appellee: Figueiredo Ferraz E. Engenharia De Projeto LTDA.
Defendant - Appellant: The Republic of Peru, Ministerio De Vivienda, Construccion Y Saneamiento, Programa Agua Para Todos (PAPT), successor by integration to Programa De Apoyo A La Reforma Del Sector Saneamiento (PARSSA), formerly known as Proyecto Especial Programa Nacional De Agua Potable & Alcantarillado (PRONAP)
Jerrell Miller
as 10-1220
Appellant: Jerrell Miller
Appellee: City of New York

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