Northern District of Oklahoma Other Statutes Cases

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Recess v. DIRECTV Customer Services, Inc.
as 4:2015cv00111
Plaintiff: Shakenna Recess
Defendant: DIRECTV Customer Services, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Rice v. Tulsa Cancer Institute, L.L.C.P.
as 4:2014cv00571
Defendant: Tulsa Cancer Institute, L.L.C.P.
Plaintiff: Kimberlee Rice
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Stewart v. St. John Health System, Inc.
as 4:2014cv00195
Defendant: St. John Health System, Inc.
Plaintiff: Donna Stewart
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Bladen v. Walgreen Co.
as 4:2014cv00161
Plaintiff: Douglas S Bladen
Defendant: Walgreen Co.
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Kiefner v. Sullivan et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 4:2013cv00714
Defendant: Grand River Dam Authority , Ellen Caslavka Edwards , Daniel S Sullivan and others
Plaintiff: Michael S Kiefner
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Alford v. DirecTV, LLC
as 4:2013cv00659
Defendant: DirectTV, LLC
Plaintiff: Tonya Alford
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Mar v. Doubletree Hotels LLC
as 4:2013cv00370
Defendant: Doubletree Hotels LLC
Plaintiff: Sylvia Mar
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Perryman v. Cherokee Nation Entertainment, LLC
as 4:2013cv00296
Defendant: Cherokee Nation Entertainment, LLC
Plaintiff: James Perryman
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Meier v. Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc.
as 4:2013cv00292
Defendant: Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc.
Plaintiff: Jodi L Meier
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
McDaniel v. Drysdales, Inc.
as 4:2013cv00278
Defendant: Drysdales, Inc.
Plaintiff: Mary L McDaniel
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
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