U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Civil Rights Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 2,311
Pierre v. New York City Taxi & Limousine
as 17-130
Plaintiff - Appellant: Nixon Jean Pierre
Defendant - Appellee: New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission, American Transit Insurance, Hereford Insurance Company and others
Keish Milchamot v. Preska
as 17-128
Plaintiff - Appellant: Yehudah Tziyon Keish Milchamot
Defendant - Appellee: Loretta A. Preska, in her individual capacity acting under the color of State Law
Iocovello v. City of New York
as 17-132
Plaintiff - Appellant: Joseph Iocovello
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York, a municipal entitiy, Police Officer Erica Francis
Defendant: New York Police Department, New York City Department of Sanitation
Christie v. Prescott
as 17-86
Plaintiff - Appellant: Lance T. Christie
Defendant - Appellee: J. Prescott
Rashid v. Sufyan
as 17-90
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jamal Rashid
Defendant - Appellee: Dr. Sufyan, Plastic Surgeon; Williams Center Plastic Surgeons Specialists
Pirela v. Miranda
as 17-83
Plaintiff - Appellant: Joseph Pirela
Defendant - Appellee: Angel Miranda, Denis Fonseca, Thomas Williams and others
In Re: Michael Clark
as 16-4332
Plaintiff - Appellant: Michael Clark
Defendant - Appellee: Northern District of New York
Samuelsen v. Metropolitan Transportation Au
as 16-4280
Plaintiff - Appellant: John Samuelsen, Individually and as President of Transport Workers Union of Greater New York, Local 100
Defendant - Appellee: Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Rodriguez v. Homeland Security T.S.A.
as 16-4276
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jorge Rodriguez
Defendant - Appellee: Homeland Security T.S.A.
Kanciper v. Lato
as 16-4219
Plaintiff - Appellant: Mona Kanciper
Defendant - Appellee: Leonard Lato, Individually, Thomas J. Spota, III, Individually, and in his official capacity

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