U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Civil Rights Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 716
Sharp Corporation, et al v. Hisense USA Corporation, et al
as 17-7158
Plaintiff - Appellant: Sharp Corporation, Sharp Electronics Corporation
Defendant - Appellee: Hisense USA Corporation, Hisense International (Hong Kong) America Investment Co. Ltd.
Carlyn Watts v. DOJ
as 17-5255
Plaintiff - Appellant: Carlyn Watts
Defendant - Appellee: United States Department of Justice
L. Ruther v. VSP N America LLC, et al
as 17-7157
Plaintiff - Appellant: L. Ruther
Defendant - Appellee: VSP N America LLC, John Stach
Tatyana Ishutkina, et al v. Fannie Mae
as 17-7156
Plaintiff - Appellant: Tatyana Ishutkina, Nikolay Synkov
Defendant - Appellee: Fannie Mae
L. Ruther v. USA
as 17-5249
Plaintiff - Appellant: L. Ruther
Defendant - Appellee: United States of America
Martin Scahill, et al v. DC, et al
as 17-7151
Plaintiff - Appellant: Martin Scahill, HRH Services LLC
Defendant - Appellee: District of Columbia, District of Columbia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, John Does 1-10, being the fictitious names of agents and employees of the ABC Board who are not presently known to Plaintiff
Jorge Medina v. Jefferson Sessions, III
as 17-5248
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jorge L. Medina
Defendant - Appellee: Jefferson B. Sessions, III
L. Ruther v. State of Michigan, et al
as 17-7148
Plaintiff - Appellant: L. Ruther
Defendant - Appellee: State of Michigan, Michigan Bar Association
L. Ruther v. Woman Tennis Assn, et al
as 17-7149
Plaintiff - Appellant: L. Ruther
Defendant - Appellee: Woman Tennis Assn, United States Tennis Assn
Michael Bargo v. USA, et al
as 17-5243
Plaintiff - Appellant: Michael E. Bargo, Jr.
Defendant - Appellee: United States of America, Donald J. Trump, in his official capacity as president of the United States, Jefferson B. Sessions, III, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States and others

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