US District Court for the Southern District of Florida Labor Cases

Labor/Management Relations Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 41 - 50 of 147
National Labor Relations Board v. Ptown, LLC
as 0:2015mc61394
Plaintiff: National Labor Relations Board
Defendant: Alibi Monkey Bar Ptown, LLC , Padgett Negrete, Inc , Georgie's Alibi and others
Cause Of Action: National Labor Relations Act
Tynes v. Buccaneers Limited Partnership et al
as 0:2015cv60933
Plaintiff: Lawrence Tynes
Defendant: Buccaneers Limited Partnership and Tampa Bay Mall Limited Partnership
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal
National Labor Relations Board v. Akima Global Services, LLC
as 1:2015mc20368
Plaintiff: National Labor Relations Board
Defendant: Akima Global Services, LLC
Cause Of Action: National Labor Relations Act
National Labor Relations Board v. Akima Global Services, LLC
as 1:2015cv20368
Cause Of Action: National Labor Relations Act
National Labor Relations Board v. AutoNation, Inc.
as 1:2014cv24321
Cause Of Action: Enforcement of Administrative Subpoena
National Labor Relations Board v. AutoNation, Inc.
as 1:2014mc24321
Plaintiff: National Labor Relations Board
Defendant: AutoNation, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Enforcement of Administrative Subpoena
Porter v. US Department of Commerce
as 9:2014cv81147
Defendant: US Department of Commerce
Plaintiff: Nancy Jean Porter
Cause Of Action: Labor Litigation
Persson v. Palm Beach County Classroom Teachers Association
as 9:2014cv80954
Defendant: Palm Beach County Classroom Teachers Association
Plaintiff: Donald Persson
Cause Of Action: Labor Litigation
Lapeyrouse v. Florida Power & Light Company
as 2:2014cv14236
Defendant: Florida Power & Light Company
Plaintiff: Chris Lapeyrouse
Cause Of Action: Labor/Mgt. Relations (Contracts)
Lapeyrouse v. Florida Power & Light Company
as 9:2014cv80773
Cause Of Action: Labor/Mgt. Relations (Contracts)

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