U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Cases

Cases filed

Cases 31 - 40 of 24,728
Trudi Puchalski v. Carolyn Colvin
as 15-2103
Plaintiff - Appellant: TRUDI PUCHALSKI
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Joshua Birtchman v. LVNV Funding, LLC, et al
as 15-2109
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOSHUA BIRTCHMAN
Defendant - Appellee: LVNV FUNDING, LLC, RESURGENT CAPITAL SERVICES, L.P.
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 15-2101
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Type: Civil Rights Jobs
Renee Everett v. Paul Davis Restoration, Inc.
as 15-2106
Plaintiff - Appellant: RENEE EVERETT
Defendant - Appellee: PAUL DAVIS RESTORATION, INC.
Type: Contract Franchise
USA v. Damon Skaggs
as 15-2107
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: DAMON W. SKAGGS
USA v. Daniel Eckstrom
as 15-2108
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: DANIEL T. ECKSTROM
Demarco Taylor v. Helen Hamilton, et al
as 15-2105
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEMARCO L. TAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: HELEN HAMILTON, ANGELICA JOYNER, Correctional Officer, GRIEVANCE OFFICER HASTINGS and others
USA v. Rakesh Wahi
as 15-2094
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: RAKESH WAHI
Charleen Glasglow v. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmace
as 15-2095
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLEEN A. GLASGLOW, individually and as Special Administratrix of the ESTATE OF RONALD D. GLASGLOW
Defendant - Appellee: BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM PHARMACEUTICALS, INCORPORATED
Theopolis Williams v. Rick Harrington, et al
as 15-2100
Plaintiff - Appellant: THEOPOLIS WILLIAMS
Defendant - Appellee: RICK HARRINGTON, GAIL WALLS, RN, Director of Nurses, Menard Correctional Center, KIMBERLY BUTLER, Warden of Programs, Menard Correctional Center and others
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