District of Delaware Other Statutes Cases

Other Statutory Actions Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 41 - 50 of 1,202
In re: Letter of Request from Bolivia
as 1:2016mc00257
Petitioner: USA
Respondent: Grundy V. Daza
Cause Of Action: Letter rogatory - appointment
In re: Letter Request from Jamaica
as 1:2016mc00256
Petitioner: USA
Respondent: Frederick March, Andrew Grant
Cause Of Action: Letter rogatory - appointment
In Re: Letter of Request from Jamaica
as 1:2016mc00250
Petitioner: USA
Respondent: Jamaica
Cause Of Action: Letter rogatory - appointment
In Re: Matthew Richardson
as 1:2016mc00255
Petitioner: Matthew Richardson
Respondent: SC Finance LLC, Wilmington Trust Company
Cause Of Action: Letter rogatory - appointment
Cadence Pharmaceuticals, Inc. et al v. Multisorb Technologies, Inc.
as 1:2016mc00241
Petitioner: Cadence Pharmaceuticals Inc. , SCR Pharmatop , Mallinckrodt IP
Respondent: Multisorb Technologies, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Motion to Compel
Microsoft Corporation v. IPOffering, LLC
as 1:2016mc00233
Petitioner: Microsoft Corporation
Respondent: IPOffering, LLC
Cause Of Action: Motion to Compel
Microsoft Corporation v. Random Perspectives, LLC
as 1:2016mc00232
Petitioner: Microsoft Corporation
Respondent: Random Perspectives, LLC
Cause Of Action: Motion to Compel
Pinnavaia v. Celotex Asbestos Settlement Trust
as 1:2016cv00742
Plaintiff: Matthew D. Pinnavaia
Defendant: Celotex Asbestos Settlement Trust
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Savage & Associates, P.C. v. PHL-OPCO LP
as 1:2016mc00229
Plaintiff: Savage & Associates, P.C.
Defendant: PHL-OPCO LP
Cause Of Action: Registration of Foreign Judgment
Savage & Associates, P.C. v. PHL-OPCO LP
as 1:2016mc00230
Plaintiff: Savage & Associates, P.C.
Defendant: First Cherry Creek, LLC
Cause Of Action: Registration of Foreign Judgment

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