U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit

Cases filed

Cases 51 - 60 of 14,569
Dom. Airline Travel AntitrustIn re: Dom. Airline Travel Antitrust
as 19-7058
Plaintiff / Appellee: Howard Sloan Koller Group, Stephanie Jung, Samantha White and others
Not Yet Classified: Theodore H. Frank, M. Frank Bednarz
In Re: In re: Domestic Airline Travel Antitrust Litigation
Defendant / Appellee: Southwest Airlines Co., American Airlines, Inc.
Cernata Morse v. Mark Esper
as 19-5181
Defendant / Appellee: Mark T. Esper, Acting Secretary, United States Department of Defense
Plaintiff / Appellant: Cernata Morse
In re: John Smith
as 19-3044
Not Yet Classified: In re: John Smith
NLRB v. NP Palace LLC
as 19-1133
Respondent: NP Palace LLC, d/b/a Palace Station Hotel & Casino
Petitioner: National Labor Relations Board
USA v. Lonnell Tucker
as 19-3042
Defendant / Appellant: Lonnell Tucker
Plaintiff / Appellee: United States of America
Arapahoe County Public Airport v. FAA, et al
as 19-1134
Respondent: Federal Aviation Administration, Daniel K. Elwell, in his capactiy as Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration
Petitioner: Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority
Matthew Jones v. USA
as 19-5180
Defendant / Appellee: United States of America
Plaintiff / Appellant: Matthew Jones
NLRB v. Troutbrook Company LLC
as 19-1132
Petitioner: National Labor Relations Board
Respondent: Troutbrook Company LLC, d/b/a Brooklyn 181 Hospitality LLC
NLRB v. Dillon Companies, Inc.
as 19-1131
Petitioner: National Labor Relations Board
Respondent: Dillon Companies, Inc., d/b/a King Soopers
Markelle Seth v. DC, et al
as 19-7057
Plaintiff / Appellant: Markelle Seth
Defendant / Appellee: District of Columbia, Andrew Reese, in his official capacity as Director of the D.C. Department of Disability Services, D.C. Department on Disability Services

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