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Calvert v. Matos et al
as 2:2012cv01691
Defendant: John Does, Ingrid Matos , Tomas Matos
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Peare et al
as 2:2012cv01692
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: William Peare , John Does, 1-10
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Goldfarb et al
as 2:2012cv01696
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: Alvin Goldfarb , Jacqueline Goldfarb , John Does 1-10
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Commerce Bank of Washington NA
as 2:2012cv01686
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: Commerce Bank of Washington NA
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. DeSantis et al
as 2:2012cv01693
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: Nick DeSantis , John Does 1-10
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Commerce Bank of Washington NA
as 2:2012cv01685
Defendant: Commerce Bank of Washington NA
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Siemion et al
as 2:2012cv01602
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: Patrick C Siemion , Jane Doe 1 , Margaret A Heftel and others
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Radloff et al
as 2:2012cv01592
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: James Radloff , Peggy Radloff , John Does
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Taub et al
as 2:2012cv01587
Defendant: John Does, 2-10 , Sylvia Taub , John 1 Doe
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Calvert v. Gross et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2012cv01585
Plaintiff: Mark Calvert
Defendant: Joseph P Gross , Jane Doe 1 , John Does 2-10
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference

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