Illinois Other Statutes Cases

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Eberhardt v. Village of Tinley Park et al
as 1:2020cv01171
Defendant: Kenneth Shaw, Michael W Glotz, Terica Ketchum and others
Plaintiff: Stephen E Eberhardt
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Mosley v. Mitchell
as 1:2020cv01068
Defendant: Donna G Mitchell
Plaintiff: Marnetta-Dona Mosley
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Contract Dispute
Lobdell v. People of the State of Illinois
as 1:2020cv00985
Plaintiff: Kevin Neil Lobdell
Defendant: People of the State of Illinois
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Garcia v. Hendrix
as 1:2020cv00387
Defendant: Adam Hendrix
Plaintiff: Leonardo Garcia
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal
Sahattchieve v. Berkeley, Illinois
as 1:2019cv08406
Plaintiff: Jordan Antonov Sahattchieve
Defendant: Berkeley, Illinois
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Durbin v. Carrols Corporation We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2019cv01212
Defendant: Carrols Corporation
Plaintiff: Haily Durbin
Cause Of Action: Right to Privacy Act
Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago v. The City of Chicago
as 1:2019cv07212
Defendant: The City of Chicago
Plaintiff: Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago
Cause Of Action: Labor: Review of Agency Action
Montes v. E. Barret Prettyman United States Courthouse
as 1:2019cv07138
Plaintiff: Francisco Montes, Jr.
Defendant: E. Barret Prettyman United States Courthouse
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Tennant et al v. Featherstone et al
as 4:2019cv04214
Defendant: Mark Cady, Stephanie "the Hulk Rose, Brent Appel and others
Plaintiff: Gregory Tennant, Kenneth Tennant
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights
Montes v. Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel
as 1:2019cv06687
Plaintiff: Francisco Montes, Jr.
Defendant: Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act

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