District of Civil Rights Cases

Other Civil Rights Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Cases 1 - 10 of 1,269
Nearn v. Johnson et al
as 1:2017cv00162
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Rogester v. AT&T Corporation
as 3:2017cv00561
Plaintiff: Sean Rogester
Defendant: AT&T Corporation
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Huang v. Presbyterian Church (USA) et al
as 3:2017cv00560
Plaintiff: Jeff Huang
Defendant: Presbyterian Church (USA), University of Pikeville, Linda Dunatov and others
Cause Of Action: Racketeering (RICO) Act
Duncan v. Newby
as 5:2017cv00137
Plaintiff: Leslie Allen Duncan
Defendant: Jason Newby
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Mills v. Louisville Metropolitan Government et al
as 3:2017cv00552
Plaintiff: Kevin Gerard Mills
Defendant: Louisville Metropolitan Government, Anthony Summerall
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Briggs v. Hogan et al
as 3:2017cv00537
Plaintiff: Louis H. Briggs
Defendant: Katelyn Hogan, Richard Williams, Louisville Jefferson County Metro Government
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Carter v. Newby
as 5:2017cv00130
Plaintiff: Edward Tyrone Carter
Defendant: Jason Newby
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Craig-Flood v. Daviess County School District et al
as 4:2017cv00110
Plaintiff: April Craig-Flood
Defendant: Daviess County School District, Board of Education of Daviess County, Kentucky, Owens Saylor and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Frisby v. Louisville Metro Government et al
as 3:2017cv00530
Plaintiff: Roger Frisby
Defendant: Louisville Metro Government, Steve Conrad
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Ferry et al v. Commonwealth of Kentucky et al
as 3:2017cv00525
Plaintiff: Tiffany D. Ferry , Andrew Frank Allen
Defendant: Commonwealth of Kentucky , Caroline Spicker , Stephanie Webb and others
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal

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