U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Torts - Injury Cases

Assault, Libel, and Slander Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 61 - 70 of 100
Long v. Quorum Health Resources, L.L.C
as 14-1998
Plaintiff - Appellant: Raymond A. Long, M.D.
Defendant - Appellee: Quorum Health Resources, L.L.C. and Northwestern Medical Center, Inc.
Baiul v. Disson
as 14-1741
Plaintiff - Appellant: Oksana S. Baiul and Oksana, Ltd.
Defendant - Appellee: Stephen Disson and Disson Skating, LLC
Hines v. Parker
as 14-1387
Plaintiff - Appellant: Dashon Martel Hines
Defendant - Appellee: Scott Parker
Hines v. Parker
as 14-1180
Plaintiff - Appellant: Dashon Martel Hines
Defendant - Appellee: Scott Parker
Peterson v. Syracuse Police Department
as 14-884
Plaintiff - Appellant: Carlos Peterson
Defendant: Syracuse Police Department
Defendant - Appellee: Charles Lester, Officer, David Glisson, Officer, David Demand, Officer and others
Kavanagh v. Zwilling
as 14-740
Plaintiff - Appellant: Charles M. Kavanagh
Defendant - Appellee: Joseph Zwilling, John Woods, Archdiocese of New York and others
Haywood v. St. Michael's College
as 14-249
Plaintiff - Appellee: John D. Haywood
Defendant: Logan R. Spillane and Christopher Hardy
Defendant - Appellant: St. Michael's College
Wilson v. Tarricone
as 13-4321
Plaintiff - Appellant: Rhonda Hill Wilson
Defendant - Appellee: Anthony Tarricone, Kriendler and Kreindler Law Firm, 710 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10007 and American Association for Justice, 777 North 6th Street, Northwest, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20001, FKA Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Roslin v. Spirit Airlines, Inc.
as 13-4113
Plaintiff - Appellant: M.D. Mitchell Roslin
Defendant - Appellee: Spirit Airlines, Inc.
Boyle v. DeWolf
as 13-1945
Plaintiff - Appellant: James F. Boyle, New York State Superintendant of Schools
Defendant - Appellee: Gerard John DeWolf, Esq., individually and NYSUT Union, Robert Ruslander, individually and Errors & Omissions insurance policy and Joseph C. Teresi

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