District of Alabama Other Statutes Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 71
Whitaker v. Cotton Bayou Marina, Inc.
as 1:2017cv00407
Plaintiff: Brandi Whitaker
Defendant: Cotton Bayou Marina, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Fair Labor Standards Act
Broughton v. Banyan Investment Group, LLC
as 1:2017cv00402
Plaintiff: Halstine Broughton
Defendant: Banyan Investment Group, LLC
Cause Of Action: Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993
Wheeles v. Fruit of the Loom Direct, Inc.
as 3:2017cv00562
Plaintiff: Michael Shane Wheeles
Defendant: Fruit of the Loom Direct, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act
Timmons v. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC
as 2:2017cv01333
Plaintiff: Tameka Timmons
Defendant: Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (1993)
Griggs v. TreeHouse Private Brands Inc. et al
as 1:2017cv00493
Plaintiff: Eddie Griggs
Defendant: TreeHouse Private Brands Inc. , Nutcracker Brands Inc.
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act
Thornton v. Donghee Alabama, LLC
as 3:2017cv00432
Plaintiff: Anthony Thornton
Defendant: Donghee Alabama, LLC
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act
Haynes v. Drayer Physical Therapy Institute Inc
as 2:2017cv01133
Plaintiff: Tiffany Haynes
Defendant: Drayer Physical Therapy Institute Inc
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (1993)
Hamby v. Corizon Health Inc
as 4:2017cv01129
Plaintiff: Edwina Hamby
Defendant: Corizon Health Inc
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (1993)
Macon-Marrie v. Gadsden Regional Medical Center LLC
as 4:2017cv01044
Plaintiff: Monica Macon-Marrie
Defendant: Gadsden Regional Medical Center LLC
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (1993)
Peters v. North American Lighting Inc
as 3:2017cv01003
Plaintiff: Raquita Peters
Defendant: North American Lighting Inc
Cause Of Action: Family and Medical Leave Act (1993)

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