U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 52,495
Michael Berger, et al v. Accounting Fulfillment Servic, et al
as 16-15211
Plaintiff - Appellee: MICHAEL BERGER, Individually And On Behalf Of All Those Similarly Situated, JACOB BULLOCK, Individually And On Behalf Of All Those Similarly Situated, RYAN CARROLL, Individually And On Behalf Of All Those Similarly Situated and others
Defendant - Appellant: ACCOUNTING FULFILLMENT SERVICES, LLC, A Foreign Limited Liability Corporation, MANHATTAN PROFESSIONAL GROUP, INC., A Foreign Coporation, MICHAEL SAVAGE, an individual and others
: SERVICE
In re: Leonard Taylor
as 16-15217
Petitioner: In re: LEONARD WAYNE TAYLOR
Successive Habeas Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
In re: John Powers
as 16-15215
Petitioner: In re: JOHN J. POWERS
Successive Habeas Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In re: Eric Mallon
as 16-15216
Petitioner: In re: ERIC MALLON
Successive Habeas Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
In re: Jorge Torres
as 16-15214
Petitioner: In re: JORGE TORRES
Successive Habeas Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Tlarence Munnerlyn v. Secretary, Florida Department, et al
as 16-15189
Petitioner - Appellant: TLARENCE U. MUNNERLYN
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
David Locke v. Secretary, Florida Department
as 16-15190
Petitioner - Appellant: DAVID MARTIN LOCKE
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
In re: Franklin Williams
as 16-15098
Petitioner: In re: FRANKLIN L. WILLIAMS
Successive Habeas Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In re: Booker Roberts
as 16-15099
Petitioner: In re: BOOKER T. ROBERTS
Successive Habeas Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
In re: Anthony Granger
as 16-15058
Petitioner: In re: ANTHONY TYRONE GRANGER
Successive Habeas Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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