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Bernstein Koren et al v. Wacko's Too, Inc.
as 3:2019cv00544
Plaintiff: Denise Trlica, Khloe Terae, Rachel Bernstein Koren and others
Defendant: Wacko's Too, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
The Postcard Factory, Inc. v. Clean Harbors Florida, LLC et al
as 6:2019cv00833
Plaintiff: The Postcard Factory, Inc.
Defendant: Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc., Clean Harbors Florida, LLC
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal-Property Damage (P.I.)
Saleh v. Stickler
as 6:2019cv00832
Plaintiff: Sherif Saleh
Defendant: David Eugene Stickler
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal-Tort/Non-Motor Vehicle
Langlois et al v. Morse
as 8:2019cv01024
Plaintiff: Margetta Langlois, Ralph Cafaro, Jr.
Defendant: Ted Morse
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Anderson et al v. Bank Of America, N.A.
as 2:2019cv14136
Defendant: Bank Of America, N.A.
Plaintiff: Michael D. Anderson, Steven H. Anderson
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Notice of Removal
WOERNER et al v. TEMPLETON & COMPANY, LLC
as 9:2019cv80541
Plaintiff: ROGER L. WOERNER, WOERNER AGRIBUSINESS, LLC
Defendant: TEMPLETON & COMPANY, LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity
THOMAS MUDGE, AS OWNER OF BOUT TIME AGAIN v. UNKNOWN CLAIMANT(S)
as 5:2019cv00096
Petitioner: THOMAS MUDGE, AS OWNER OF BOUT TIME AGAIN
Claimant: UNKNOWN CLAIMANT(S)
Cause Of Action: Limitation of Liability
Borchers v. Wilkie
as 5:2019cv00157
Plaintiff: George E. Borchers
Defendant: Hon Robert L. Wilkie
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal
Doherty v. Regions Bank We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2019cv00145
Defendant: Regions Bank
Plaintiff: Marian E Doherty
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Notice of Removal
Bekerman v. Serkes
as 1:2019cv20893
Defendant: Ryan P. Serkes
Plaintiff: Nathan Bekerman
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Conversion

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