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Ricky Hall v. Jaeho Jung
as 15-2102
Plaintiff - Appellant: RICKY HALL
Defendant - Appellee: JAEHO JUNG, Chicago Police Officer, Star No. 13387
Lora Wheatley v. Factory Card and Party Outlet
as 15-2083
Plaintiff - Appellant: LORA J. WHEATLEY
Defendant - Appellee: FACTORY CARD AND PARTY OUTLET, a division of Amscan Holdings, Inc.
Randal Curtis v. Jesse White, et al
as 15-2073
Plaintiff - Appellant: RANDAL CURTIS
Defendant - Appellee: JESSE WHITE, Secretary of State, SECRETARY OF STATE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING
John Doe v. Village of Deerfield, et al
as 15-2069
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN DOE
Defendant - Appellee: VILLAGE OF DEERFIELD, LISA BATCHELDER, GARY ZALENSNY
Dennis Hargrove v. State of Wisconsin, Child Supp, et al
as 15-2075
Plaintiff - Appellant: DENNIS L. HARGROVE
Defendant - Appellee: STATE OF WISCONSIN, CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY, CAROLYN M. HARGROVE
EEOC v. Union Pacific Railroad Compan
as 15-2059
Petitioner - Appellant: EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
Respondent - Appellee: UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
James Riano v. Eric Shinseki
as 15-2043
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES E. RIANO
Defendant - Appellee: ERIC K. SHINSEKI
Duane Derfus, et al v. City of Chicago
as 15-1972
Plaintiff - Appellant: DUANE DERFUS, STEVEN PETKIEWICZ
Defendant - Appellee: CITY OF CHICAGO
Elton Monson v. Cory Lund
as 15-1974
Plaintiff - Appellant: ELTON MONSON
Defendant - Appellee: CORY D. LUND, individually and in his official capacity as Associate Judge of Will County Circuit Court,
Jarren Austin v. John Niblick, et al
as 15-1957
Plaintiff - Appellant: JARREN L. AUSTIN
Defendant - Appellee: JOHN NIBLICK, CITY OF FORT WAYNE, INDIANA
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