U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 31 - 40 of 29,096
Jones v. New York State Workers' Compen
as 17-1865
Plaintiff - Appellant: Willie F. Jones, Jr.
Defendant - Appellee: New York State Workers' Compensation Board, New York State Insurance Fund, Brindissi Rocco and others
United States of America v. Stayman
as 17-1868
Appellee USA: United States of America
Defendant - Appellant: Shaka Stayman
United States of America v. Stayman
as 17-1814
Appellee USA: United States of America
Defendant - Appellant: Shaka Stayman
Soto Vaca v. Sessions
as 17-1870
Petitioner: Roman Soto Vaca, AKA Roman Soto
Respondent: Jefferson B. Sessions III, United States Attorney General
Kurtz v. Kimberly-Clark Corporation
as 17-1858
Plaintiff - Appellee: Joseph Kurtz, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated
Defendant: Costco Wholesale Corporation
Defendant - Appellant: Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Kurtz v. Kimberly-Clark Corporation
as 17-1856
Plaintiff - Appellee: Joseph Kurtz, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated
Defendant - Appellant: Costco Wholesale Corporation, Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Isasi v. Fischer
as 17-1855
Petitioner: Richard Isasi
Respondent: Brian Fischer
Brown v. Molia
as 17-1854
Petitioner - Appellant: Swinton Brown
Respondent - Appellee: Denise Francine Molia, in her official and individual capacity, Steven Schlesinger, in his official and individual capacity
Mance v. United States Parole Commissio
as 17-1850
Petitioner - Appellant: Victor Mance
Respondent - Appellee: United States Parole Commission, The Warden, of the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, New York
Hedge v. Watson
as 17-1833
Plaintiff - Appellant: Kareem Hedge
Defendant - Appellee: Watson, Captain
Defendant: Jinks, Lieutenant, Velez, Lieutenant, Manzi, Correctional Officer and others

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