Middle District of Tennessee Other Statutes Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 543
Bourgeois v. United States Department of Homeland Security et al
as 3:2016cv02254
Petitioner: Pierre Yves Bourgeois
Respondent: United States Department of Homeland Security, United States Department of Justice
Cause Of Action: Failure to make decision on naturalization petition
Norman v. Experian Information Solutions, Inc.
as 1:2016cv00062
Plaintiff: Joey Neal Norman
Defendant: Experian Information Solutions, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Fair Credit Reporting Act
Alexander v. Ogaga
as 3:2016cv01960
Plaintiff: Devin Alexander
Defendant: Samuel Ogaga
Cause Of Action: Truth in Lending
Average Joe's Enertainment Group, LLC v. Findley
as 3:2016cv01948
Plaintiff: Average Joe's Enertainment Group, LLC
Defendant: Ryan Findley
Cause Of Action: Computer Fraud
Fuller v. Comenity Bank
as 3:2016cv01846
Plaintiff: Michael Fuller
Defendant: Comenity Bank
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment
Mitchell v. LendingClub Corporation
as 1:2016cv00053
Plaintiff: Karen Mitchell
Defendant: LendingClub Corporation
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment
Cunningham v. Credit Pros International Corporation et al
as 3:2016cv01678
Plaintiff: Craig Cunningham
Defendant: Credit Pros International Corporation, Jason M. Kaplan, Damon Decrescenzo
Cause Of Action: Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996
Cunningham v. Alpha Recovery Corporation
as 3:2016cv01673
Plaintiff: Craig Cunningham
Defendant: Alpha Recovery Corporation
Cause Of Action: Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996
Cunningham v. Enhanced Recovery Company, LLC
as 3:2016cv01675
Plaintiff: Craig Cunningham
Defendant: Enhanced Recovery Company, LLC
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment
Hickman v. Credit One Bank
as 3:2016cv01668
Plaintiff: Doris Hickman
Defendant: Credit One Bank
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment

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