District of Other Statutes Cases

Other Statutory Actions Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Cases 1 - 10 of 488
Pikaart v. Financial Freedom
as 1:2017cv00363
Plaintiff: Daniel T. Pikaart
Defendant: Financial Freedom
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Saunders v. Dyck O'Neal, Inc.
as 1:2017cv00335
Plaintiff: Karen Saunders
Defendant: Dyck-O'Neal, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on the use of telephone equipment
Califf v. Asset Recovery Solutions, LLC
as 1:2017cv00322
Plaintiff: Jerri Califf
Defendant: Asset Recovery Solutions, LLC
Cause Of Action: Fair Debt Collection Act
Watkins v. Navient Solutions, Inc
as 1:2017cv00307
Plaintiff: Robert Watkins
Defendant: Navient Solutions, Inc
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on the use of telephone equipment
Ashbaugh v. Pitchford et al
as 1:2017cv00299
Plaintiff: Tony Ashbaugh
Defendant: Larry Pitchford, Diana Selir, Donna Messinger and others
Cause Of Action: Unauthorized publication or use of communications
Tucker v. Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
as 1:2017cv00267
Plaintiff: Mechelle A. Tucker
Defendant: Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on the use of telephone equipment
Wheeler v. Native Commerce Studios, LLC
as 2:2017cv00051
Plaintiff: James Wheeler
Defendant: Native Commerce Studios, LLC
Cause Of Action: Use of electronic systems to transfer funds
State of Michigan v. Hannahville Indian Community
as 2:2017cv00045
Defendant: Hannahville Indian Community
Plaintiff: Michigan, State of
Cause Of Action: Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
Califf v. Navient Solutions, Inc.
as 1:2017cv00214
Plaintiff: Jerri Califf
Defendant: Navient Solutions, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on the use of telephone equipment
Bowyer v. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC
as 1:2017cv00179
Plaintiff: Timothy S. Bowyer
Defendant: Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on the use of telephone equipment

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