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Cases 1 - 10 of 2,751
Mafia Monthly I Sean Patrick Patterson v. Feras Antoon et al
as 8:2021cv00990
Defendant: MindGeek I Pornhub, Doja Cat, Meagan Good and others
Plaintiff: Mafia Monthly I Sean Patrick Patterson
Cause Of Action: Personal Injury
G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Jorge Antonio Anders Serna We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2021cv00345
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC, G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Defendant: Jorge Antonio Anders Serna individually and d/b/a Mariscos Y Birrieria El Parral #1, Jorge Antonio Anders Serna individually doing business as Maricos Y Birrieria El Parral No. 1
Cause Of Action: Violations of Cable Communications Act of 1984
G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Guillermo Padilla et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2021cv01838
Defendant: La Barca Grill and Cantina, Inc. an unknown business entity doing business as La Barca Grill and Cantina, Martha O. Padilla individually and doing business as La Barca Grill and Cantina, Guillermo Padilla individually and doing business as La Barca Grill and Cantina
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Cause Of Action: Fed Question: Fed Communications Act of 1934
G&G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. McInerny et al
as 3:2021cv00348
Defendant: Erin Storm McInerny individually doing business as Pizza on Tap, Michael Edward McInerny individually doing business as Pizza on Tap, Michael Kennon McInerny individually doing business as Pizza on Tap and others
Plaintiff: G&G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Cause Of Action: U.S.C.A. Cable Communications Policy Act
G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Navarro-Gonzalez
as 2:2021cv00355
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Defendant: Hugo Alejandro Navarro-Gonzalez individually Doing business as Taqueria La Bamba Bar & Grill
Cause Of Action: Fed Question: Fed Communications Act of 1934
G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Navarro-Gonzalez
as 2:2021at00165
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Defendant: Hugo Alejandro Navarro-Gonzalez individually and d/b/a Taqueria La Bamba Bar & Grill
Cause Of Action: Fed Question: Fed Communications Act of 1934
G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Charles Manuel Pacheco et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2021cv01736
Defendant: Virgil SB123, LLC an unknown business entity d/b/a Goal Sports Cafe, Charles Manuel Pacheco individually and d/b/a Goal Sports Cafe, Virgil SB123, LLC an unknown business entity doing business as Goal Sports Cafe and others
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC, G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Cause Of Action: Violations of Cable Communications Act of 1984
G & G Closed Circuit Events LLC v. Eduardo Enrique Plasencia et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 8:2021cv00367
Defendant: Eduardo Enrique Plasencia individually and d/b/a Keg Sluggers Sports Bar, Cloud 9 Sports Bar OC, Inc. an unknown business entity d/b/a Keg Sluggers Sports Bar, Cloud 9 Sports Bar OC, Inc. an unknown business entity doing business as Keg Sluggers Sports Bar and others
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events LLC
Cause Of Action: Fed Question: Fed Communications Act of 1934
G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Vazuez
as 3:2021cv00263
Defendant: Rafael Vazquez individually doing business as Slappys Burgers and Brews
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Cause Of Action: U.S.C.A. Cable Communications Policy Act
G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC v. Valenzuela et al
as 2:2021cv00575
Plaintiff: G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC, G and G Closed Circuit Events, LLC
Defendant: Richard Valenzuela individually and d/b/a Havana House Cigars & Lounge, Christine Gastelum Valenzuela individually and d/b/a Havana House Cigars & Lounge, Alfred Evaristo Campano individually and d/b/a Havana House Cigars & Lounge and others
Cause Of Action: Violations of Cable Communications Act of 1984

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