U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 35,026
NLRB v. Trans-Ed Inc
as 17-2617
Petitioner: NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Respondent: TRANS-ED INC
Abraham Ituah v. City of Philadelphia, et al
as 17-2562
Plaintiff - Appellant: ABRAHAM ITUAH
Defendant - Appellee: CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, SHERIFF DEPARTMENT JEWELL WILLIAMS, Philadelphia, CYNTHIA STARRAKIS, City Lawyer and others
Richard Minielly v. ACME Cryogenics Inc, et al
as 17-2585
Plaintiff - Appellant: RICHARD MATTHEW MINIELLY
Defendant - Appellee: ACME CRYOGENICS INC, JOEL HANSEN, TERRY BRUBAKER and others
In re: William Hlushmanuk
as 17-2616
Petitioner: In re: WILLIAM HLUSHMANUK
Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In re: Georgette M. Moisuc
as 17-2584
Debtor - Appellant: In re: GEORGETTE MOISUC
Defendant - Appellee: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO, as Trustee Under PSA Jan 1, 2005 for Morgan Stanley ABS Capital I Truste Inc.
Trustee - Appellee: GARY F. SEITZ, Chapter 7 Trustee
Debbie Hughey v. SEPTA, et al
as 17-2582
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEBBIE HUGHEY
Defendant - Appellee: SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, EDWARD ROBINSON, REGINA STONE
In Re: Gennaro Rauso
as 17-2589
Defendant - Petitioner: In re: GENNARO RAUSO
Plaintiff - Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Not Party - Nominal Respondent: MICHAEL M. BAYLSON
USA v. Rasheed Wise
as 17-2598
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: RASHEED WISE
In re: Frederick Banks
as 17-2590
Defendant - Petitioner: In re: FREDERICK H. BANKS
Plaintiff - Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
George Trammell, III v. Governor of Delaware, et al
as 17-2588
Plaintiff - Appellant: GEORGE K. TRAMMELL, III
Defendant - Appellee: GOVERNOR OF DELAWARE, LEO E. STRINE, JR., Individually and at his Official Capacity as the Chief Judge of the Delaware Supreme Court, ANDRE G. BOUCHARD, Individually and at his Official Capacity as Chancellor of the Delaware Court's Chancery and others

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