U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 30,090
LHP, LLC, et al v. Chase Bank USA, N.A.
as 17-1378
Plaintiff - Appellant: LHP, LLC, DAVID FIALA
Defendant - Appellee: CHASE BANK USA, N.A.
Katsuyama Kikai, Ltd., et al v. Nancy J. Rosenstengel
as 17-1389
Petitioner: KATSUYAMA KIKAI, LTD., NITCHI COMPANY, LTD.
Respondent: NANCY J. ROSENSTENGEL
Party-in-Interest: TIMOTHY SAGEZ, as representative of the Estate of Jason Sagez, and individually as next of kin
David Thorne v. MemberSelect Insurance Company
as 17-1377
Plaintiff - Appellee: DAVID THORNE
Defendant - Appellant: MEMBERSELECT INSURANCE COMPANY
Type: Contract Insurance
Kennado Taylor v. John Does, et al
as 17-1381
Plaintiff - Appellant: KENNADO K. TAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: JANE DOES, Nurses, INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Department of Behavioral Health, JOHN DOES, Employees and others
James Jackson v. Paul Kemper
as 17-1379
Petitioner - Appellant: JAMES E. JACKSON
Respondent - Appellee: PAUL S. KEMPER, Warden
Kennado Taylor v. Jane Doe, et al
as 17-1380
Plaintiff - Appellant: KENNADO K. TAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: JANE DOE, Security, INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Department of Behavioral Health, JOHN DOE, Employee's and Security
USA v. Jesse Guardiola
as 17-1388
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: JESSE GUARDIOLA
Kennado Taylor v. Kimberly Crawford, et al
as 17-1382
Plaintiff - Appellant: KENNADO K. TAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: KIMBERLY CRAWFORD, JANE DOE, INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Department of Behavioral Health
Shelby Williams v. Wexford Health Sources, Incorp, et al
as 17-1383
Plaintiff - Appellant: SHELBY WILLIAMS
Defendant - Appellee: WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INCORPORATED, ANDREW TILDEN, Doctor, ST. JAMES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL and others
Ronald Clay v. USA
as 17-1384
Petitioner - Appellant: RONALD CLAY
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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