U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Torts - Injury Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 375
Gary Thacker, et al v. TVE
as 16-15105
Plaintiff - Appellant: GARY THACKER, VENIDA L. THACKER
Defendant - Appellee: TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
Amy, et al v. Thomas Schloeder
as 16-14372
Plaintiff - Appellee: AMY, VICKY, SARAH
Defendant - Appellant: THOMAS JOSEPH SCHLOEDER
XTEC, Incorporated v. Hembree Consulting Services, I, et al
as 16-12982
Plaintiff - Appellee: XTEC, INCORPORATED, a Florida corporation
Defendant - Appellant: HEMBREE CONSULTING SERVICES, INC., an Indiana Corporation, LARRY HEMBREE, an individual
Christian Cacciamani, et al v. TGT
as 16-12386
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHRISTIAN CACCIAMANI, NORA ACEVEDO CACCIAMANI, his wife
Defendant - Appellee: TARGET CORPORATION
John Kadylak v. RCL, et al
as 16-12388
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN KADYLAK
Defendant - Appellee: ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES, LTD., d.b.a. Royal Caribbean International, ENTERTAINMENT & TRAVEL ALTERNATIVES, INC., SERGEY DENISOV
Alain Padron v. Marazul Charters, Inc., et al
as 16-12391
Plaintiff - Appellant: ALAIN GUERRA PADRON
Defendant - Appellee: MARAZUL CHARTERS, INC., ARMANDO GARCIA
Henry Tien v. Red Coats, Inc., et al
as 16-12347
Plaintiff - Appellant: HENRY TIEN
Defendant - Appellee: RED COATS, INC., d.b.a. Admiral Security Services, INSURANCE COMPANIES FOR RED COATS, INC., ADMIRAL SECURITY SERVICES and others
Bart Fanelli v. BMC Software, Inc.
as 16-12339
Plaintiff - Appellee: BART FANELLI
Defendant - Appellant: BMC SOFTWARE, INC., a Delaware corporation
Karin Lombardi v. NCL (Bahamas) Ltd.
as 16-12197
Plaintiff - Appellant: KARIN LOMBARDI
Defendant - Appellee: NCL (BAHAMAS) LTD., a Bermuda Company, d.b.a. Norwegian Cruise Line
Sheldon Adelson v. Kate O'Keeffe
as 16-12159
Petitioner - Appellee: KATE O'KEEFFE
Interested Party - Appellant: SHELDON G. ADELSON

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