Mississippi Other Statutes Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 82
The Mississippi Bar v. Byrd
as 3:2019ad00006
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: Sibyl Caver Byrd
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Johnson
as 3:2019ad00005
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: Merry Caitlin Johnson
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Smith
as 3:2019ad00003
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: Mark R. Smith
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Thomas
as 3:2019ad00002
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: John R. Thomas
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Plunkett
as 3:2019ad00001
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: Sharon G. Plunkett
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Scruggs v. Olijar et al
as 3:2019cv00029
Plaintiff: Granville Scruggs, II
Defendant: Steven Mnuchin, Leonard R. Olijar
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
The Mississippi Bar v. Ross
as 3:2018ad00005
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: Matthew Ross
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Lee
as 3:2018ad00004
Interested Party: Katherine Alexander, Sandra E Campbell, Arthur Johnston
Respondent: John W. Lee, Jr.
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Biancea Anderson v. South Sunflower County Hospital, et al
as 3:2018cv00692
Defendant: South Sunflower County Hospital, Phil Bryant, James M. Hood
Plaintiff: Biancea Anderson
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Vizaline, LLC et al v. Tracy, PE et al
as 3:2018cv00531
Defendant: Sarah Tracy, PE, Richard Thomas Tolbert, PS, Shannon D. Tidwell, PS and others
Plaintiff: Vizaline, LLC, Brent Melton
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act

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