U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Other Statutes Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 16,442
Rios-Chirino v. Sessions
as 17-2546
Petitioner: Eduardo David Rios-Chirino
Respondent: Jefferson B. Sessions III, United States of America
United States of America v. Aguiar
as 17-2547
Appellee USA: United States of America
Defendant - Appellant: Stephen Aguiar
Calinders-Guerra v. Sessions
as 17-2529
Petitioner: Joel Calinders-Guerra
Respondent: Jefferson B. Sessions III, United States Attorney General
Frommer v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plast
as 17-2516
Petitioner: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., Honeywell International Inc., AKA Allied-Signal Inc.
Respondent: Edward Frommer
United States of America v. Felder (Tyrone)
as 17-2503
Appellee USA: United States of America
Defendant: Kareem Martin, AKA Heavy, AKA Reem, AKA Jamal Walker, Nicomedes Frasqueri, AKA Nick, Fredrick Allen, AKA Fox and others
Defendant - Appellant: Tyrone Felder, AKA Meme, AKA ManMan
Bullinger v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plast
as 17-2511
Petitioner: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., Honeywell International Inc., FKA Allied-Signal Inc.
Respondent: Arnold Bullinger, Travis Conquest, Brett Ferraro
Church v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plast
as 17-2512
Petitioner: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., Honeywell International Inc., FKA Allied-Signal Inc.
Respondent: Steven Church, Sharon Church
Cross v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plast
as 17-2514
Petitioner: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., Honeywell International Inc., FKA Allied-Signal Inc.
Respondent: Kenneth Cross, II, individually and as parent and natural guardian of R.D.C., Cielo Cross, individually and as parent and natural guardian of R.D.C.
United States of America v. Smith
as 17-2501
Appellee USA: United States of America
Defendant - Appellant: Kerry Smith
Ruther v. United States of America
as 17-2505
Petitioner: Keith Ruther
Respondent: United States of America

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