Hervis v. City of Miami

Plaintiff: Miguel A Hervis
Defendant: City of Miami
Case Number: 1:2012cv22418
Filed: June 29, 2012
Court: Florida Southern District Court
Office: Miami Office
County: Miami-Dade
Referring Judge: Ted E. Bandstra
Presiding Judge: Robert N. Scola
Nature of Suit: Americans with Disabilities - Employment
Cause of Action: 42:12182
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Date Filed#Document Text
August 9, 2012 12 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER denying as moot 8 Motion to Dismiss. See attached ORDER for details. Signed by Judge Robert N. Scola, Jr. on 8/9/12. (jky)

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Plaintiff: Miguel A Hervis
Represented By: Martin Eric Leach
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Defendant: City of Miami
Represented By: Kevin Renard Jones
Represented By: Diana Vizcaino
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