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Silber v. Family Endowment Partners, LLP et al
as 1:2015cv11787
Plaintiff: Allan Silber
Defendant: Family Endowment Partners, LLP, MIP Global, Inc, Lee D. Weiss and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Account Receivable
Sterling Currency Group, LLC v. Chelsea Bank
as 1:2015cv11669
Plaintiff: Sterling Currency Group, LLC
Defendant: Chelsea Bank
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Fraud
Pegasystems, Inc. v. Bullard
as 1:2014cv14106
Plaintiff: Pegasystems, Inc.
Defendant: Jay Chad Bullard
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Negotiable Instrument
Commerce Bank & Trust Company v. RIA, LLC et al
as 4:2014cv40140
Defendant: Daniel C. Hales, RIA, LLC, Kenneth R Leisher
Plaintiff: Commerce Bank & Trust Company
Cause Of Action: (f) Action to enforce note and mortgage
Federal Insurance Company v. Citizens Bank, N.A.
as 1:2014cv13672
Plaintiff: Federal Insurance Company
Defendant: Citizens Bank, N.A.
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Conversion
Commerce Bank & Trust Company v. Elbert
as 4:2014cv40099
Plaintiff: Commerce Bank & Trust Company
Defendant: Hubert Elbert
Cause Of Action: Default of Promissory Note
Brooks v. JP Morgan Chase Bank
as 1:2014cv13068
Defendant: JP Morgan Chase Bank
Plaintiff: Leitta Brooks
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Breach of Contract
RBS Citizens, N.A. v. Shepherd
as 1:2014cv12613
Plaintiff: RBS Citizens, N.A.
Defendant: Susan J. Shepherd
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Goldfine v. Lanphier
as 1:2014cv12420
Defendant: Nicholas E Lanphier
Plaintiff: Eric Goldfine
Counter_claimant: Nicholas E Lanphier
Counter_defendant: Eric Goldfine
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Declaratory Judgemen
Tran v.Nguyen
as 1:2014cv12146
Defendant: Trung Nguyen
Plaintiff: Tam Tran
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Contract Default
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