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ADVANCED TESTING TECHNOLOGIES INC v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
as 5:2014cv00224
Defendant: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
Plaintiff: ADVANCED TESTING TECHNOLOGIES INC
Cause Of Action: Freedom of Information Act
TIPTON v. HIRE RIGHT et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2012cv00175
Plaintiff: GEORGE TIPTON, IV
Defendant: HIRE RIGHT, DANTE BORGHESE
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
CONART PRECAST LLC v. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
as 1:2011cv00138
Defendant: DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Plaintiff: CONART PRECAST LLC
Cause Of Action: Freedom of Information Act
Boatwright v. Williams Kimbrough et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2011cv00061
Plaintiff: Mark Otis Boatwright
Defendant: Bernice Williams Kimbrough, John Doe, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Cause Of Action: Freedom of Information Act
Yehudah v. United States of America et al
as 5:2009cv00068
Plaintiff: Deborah Yehudah
Defendant: United States of America, Charles Ashley Royal
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Other Statutes None
Georgia Milk Producers, Inc. v. The United States Department of Agriculture
as 3:2008cv00016
Plaintiff: Georgia Milk Producers, Inc.
Defendant: The United States Department of Agriculture
Cause Of Action: Freedom of Information Act
Gabbard v. Hall County, Georgia We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 7:2006cv00037
Cause Of Action: No cause code entered
Wilson v. Dept. of Corrections
as 3:2004cv00028
Cause Of Action: Freedom of Information Act
Noren v. United States, et al
as 4:2004cv00013
Cause Of Action: Right to Privacy Act

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