U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit Torts - Property Cases

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Joel Gold v. Scott Gold
as 17-2270
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOEL GOLD
Defendant - Appellee: SCOTT H. GOLD, DORIS GOLD
Nicolle Conyers v. VHDA
as 17-2250
Plaintiff - Appellant: NICOLLE CONYERS
Defendant - Appellee: VIRGINIA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, MCGUIREWOODS LLP
Mary Quartey v. Barack Obama
as 17-2227
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARY AKU QUARTEY
Defendant - Appellee: BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, MICHELLE OBAMA
Trana Discovery, Inc. v. Southern Research Institute
as 17-2136
Plaintiff - Appellant: TRANA DISCOVERY, INC.
Defendant - Appellee: SOUTHERN RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Lakhdeep Deol v. Gary Depreta
as 17-2089
Plaintiff - Appellant: LAKHDEEP DEOL
Defendant - Appellee: GARY W. DEPRETA, DAWN M. DUROSS, DAVID B. LATOUR
Jeffrey Allen v. John Dailey
as 17-1971
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEFFREY ALLEN
Defendant - Appellee: JOHN DAILEY, DAN BERRY, CEO Duke University Federal Credit Union, ALEX HOLMES, Money Gram CEO
Defendant: CHIEF CERELYN DAVIS, Durham Police Department
James Clark v. Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
as 17-1912
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES A. CLARK, HELEN P. CLARK
Defendant - Appellee: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Starsha Sewell v. Deborah Chasanow
as 17-1849
Plaintiff - Appellant: STARSHA M. SEWELL, A Natural Person and Resident of Maryland On Behalf of Herself and Her African American Son's
Defendant - Appellee: DEBORAH K. CHASANOW, A Natural Person, acting as a Federal Judge In the United States of America
Quancidine Hinson-Gribble v. Claude Martin Purvi
as 17-1768
Plaintiff - Appellant: QUANCIDINE HINSON-GRIBBLE, a/k/a Quancidine Gribble
Defendant - Appellee: CLAUDE MARTIN PURVIS, Attorney
Benjamin Stratton v. Commonwealth of Virginia
as 17-1772
Plaintiff - Appellant: BENJAMIN JACOB STRATTON
Defendant - Appellee: COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, d/b/a Marc Birnbaun

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