U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit

Cases filed


Cases 31 - 40 of 35,571
Darryl Simms v. Victor Calloway
as 19-2118
Respondent / Appellee: VICTOR CALLOWAY
Petitioner / Appellant: DARRYL SIMMS
Raul Plaza-Ramirez v. William Barr
as 19-2122
Respondent: WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General of the United States
Petitioner: RAUL PLAZA-RAMIREZ
INTL FCStone Financial Inc. v. Louise Farmer, et al
as 19-2123
Defendant / Appellant: MANOHER APTE, P. GERALD DESIMONE, ROSE MARIE DESIMONE, individually and as trustee of the P. Gerald Desimone Revocable Trust and others
Plaintiff / Appellee: INTL FCSTONE FINANCIAL INC.
Matthew King v. Hendricks County Commissioner, et al
as 19-2119
Defendant / Appellee: HENDRICKS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, JASON HAYS, in his official and individual capacities, JOHN DOES, 1-20, in their official and individual capacities and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: MATTHEW KING, individually and as Representative of the Estate of Bradley King, deceased
Randy Alexander v. Alan Potts, et al
as 19-2124
Defendant / Appellee: ANDREW WICKMAN, CHARLES GULLEY, MARK PUTERBAUGH and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: RANDY ALEXANDER
USA v. Romond Foulks
as 19-2117
Defendant / Appellant: ROMOND FOULKS
Plaintiff / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Lawrence Stevens v. T. Watson
as 19-2112
Respondent / Appellee: T. J. WATSON, Warden
Petitioner / Appellant: LAWRENCE STEVENS
Access Living of Metropolitan, et al v. Uber Technologies, Inc., et al
as 19-2116
Plaintiff / Appellant: RAHNEE PATRICK, ACCESS LIVING OF METROPOLITAN CHICAGO
Defendant / Appellee: UBER TECHNOLOGIES, INC., RASIER, LLC
INTL FCStone Financial Inc. v. Dave Jacobson, et al
as 19-2111
Defendant / Appellant: JAMES MUSIAL, JARED SLANEC, Individually and as Trustee of the Kristyn L. Slanec Trust, LEONARD SCHWEIGER and others
Plaintiff / Appellee: INTL FCSTONE FINANCIAL INC.
USA v. Monique Bowling
as 19-2110
Defendant / Appellant: MONIQUE S. BOWLING
Plaintiff / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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