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Shaw v. Social Security Administration
as 3:2015cv00575
Plaintiff: Michael D. Shaw
Defendant: Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (DIWC)
Pearson v. Mooris et al
as 3:2015cv00578
Plaintiff: Rashunus Pearson
Defendant: Mindy Mooris, Martesha Johnson, Jamaal Boykin and others
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Anderson v. Social Security Administration
as 3:2015cv00579
Plaintiff: Diana Lynn Anderson
Defendant: Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Kennedy et al v. S&H Installers Inc. et al
as 3:2015cv00576
Plaintiff: Anthony Kennedy , Patrick McGuire
Defendant: S&H Installers Inc., Scott Woodall
Cause Of Action: Fair Labor Standards Act
Witte v. Social Security Administration
as 3:2015cv00580
Plaintiff: James Douglas Witte
Defendant: Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Talley v. Social Security Administration et al
as 3:2015cv00582
Plaintiff: Mary Talley
Defendant: Social Security Administration, SSA-Email Notification
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Weisbrot v. Social Security Administration
as 3:2015cv00581
Plaintiff: Alan Nicholas Weisbrot
Defendant: Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Nelson v. Zook et al
as 3:2015cv00573
Plaintiff: Charles D. Nelson
Defendant: f/n/u Zook, f/n/u Arregtion, f/n/u Little and others
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Castellarin v. United States of America
as 3:2015cv00574
Plaintiff: Michael M. Castellarin
Defendant: United States of America
Cause Of Action: IRS: Refund Taxes
Lee v. Pizzaworks, LLC et al
as 3:2015cv00570
Plaintiff: Michael Lee
Defendant: Pizzaworks, LLC, Pizzaworks II, LLC, Pizzaworks III, LLC and others
Cause Of Action: Fair Labor Standards Act
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