U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit Labor Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 642
Erik Davis v. Protect Controls Inc. Flexible, et al
as 18-20329
Plaintiff - Appellant: ERIK DAVIS
Defendant - Appellee: PROTECT CONTROLS INCORPORATED FLEXIBLE ACCOUNT PLAN, JOSEPH GALAGAZA, JACKSON LEWIS, L.L.P. and others
Michael French v. New Hampshire Insurance Co., et al
as 18-10571
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL J. FRENCH
Defendant - Appellee: NEW HAMPSHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, AMERICAN AIRLINES, INCORPORATED
Jack Cappel v. Almatis Burnside, L.L.C.
as 18-30599
Plaintiff - Appellant: JACK E. CAPPEL
Defendant - Appellee: ALMATIS BURNSIDE, L.L.C.
J (Sandy) Jones v. Fort Worth Stage Empl Un Loc, et al
as 18-10540
Plaintiff - Appellant: J (SANDY) WESLEY JONES, (Sandy)
Defendant - Appellee: FORT WORTH STAGE EMPLOYEES UNION LOCAL 126, MARLA FAULK, TERRY BEHLE and others
Mark LaBouve v. Metso Minerals Industries, Inc, et al
as 18-60325
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARK LABOUVE
Defendant - Appellee: METSO MINERALS INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED, also known as Metso Minerals Frozen Pension Plan, JOHN DOES 1, 2 AND 3
Gary Epple v. BNSF Railway Company
as 18-10509
Plaintiff - Appellant: GARY D. EPPLE
Defendant - Appellee: BNSF RAILWAY COMPANY
Diane McIntyre v. Ben E. Keith Company
as 18-10478
Plaintiff - Appellant: DIANE MCINTYRE
Defendant - Appellee: BEN E. KEITH COMPANY
Kelly Weeks v. Texas A & M University System, et al
as 18-40255
Plaintiff - Appellant: KELLY WEEKS
Defendant - Appellee: TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM - AT GALVESTON, TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY
George Davis, IV v. USW Local 13-423
as 18-40259
Plaintiff - Appellant: GEORGE W. DAVIS, IV
Defendant - Appellee: LOCAL 13-423, UNITED STEEL, PAPER AND FORESTRY, RUBBER, MANUFACTURING, ENERGY, ALLIED, INDUSTRIAL AND SERVICE WORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION
U.S. Dept of Labor (OSHA) v. T & T Offshore, Incorporated
as 18-40251
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (OSHA)
Defendant - Appellant: T & T OFFSHORE, INCORPORATED

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