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Acosta v. Taylor et al
as 2:2017cv00759
Plaintiff: R. Alexander Acosta
Defendant: Ray Taylor, Muddy Boys
Cause Of Action: Fair Labor Standards Act
Keel v. O'Reilly Auto Enterprises
as 2:2017cv00667
Plaintiff: Krista Keel
Defendant: O'Reilly Auto Enterprises
Cause Of Action: Fair Labor Standards Act
Miller v. Mark Miller Subaru South Towne et al
as 2:2017cv00450
Plaintiff: Tatiana Miller
Defendant: Mark Miller Subaru South Towne , Mark Miller Auto Group, Jeff Miller
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Ritter v. Swift Transportation Company of Arizona
as 2:2017cv00334
Plaintiff: Jay Ritter
Defendant: Swift Transportation Company of Arizona
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Fair Labor Standards
Ruiz v. Phoenix Asset Management
as 2:2017cv00310
Plaintiff: T. Ann Ruiz
Defendant: Phoenix Asset Management
Cause Of Action: (a) Fair Labor Standards Act
English v. Jorgenson Machine Tools et al
as 2:2017cv00311
Plaintiff: Carl A. English
Defendant: Jorgenson Machine Tools , SSP Inc , Dustin Jorgenson
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Fair Labor Standards
Peterson v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance
as 2:2017cv00306
Plaintiff: Michael H. Peterson , David Tucker
Defendant: Nationwide Mutual Insurance
Cause Of Action: (b) FLSA: Minimum wage or overtime compensation
Zeddies v. Taylor Andrews
as 2:2017mc00297
Plaintiff: Ashley Zeddies
Defendant: Taylor Andrews
Cause Of Action: Civil Miscellaneous Case
Nichols v. CR England
as 2:2017cv00296
Plaintiff: Connie Nichols
Defendant: CR England
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave
Chappell v. Copper View Animal Hospital We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2017mc00052
Petitioner: Robin Chappell
Respondent: Copper View Animal Hospital
Cause Of Action: Civil Miscellaneous Case

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