District of Tennessee Other Statutes Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 1,847
McCoy v. Professional Account Services, Inc.
as 3:2016cv00463
Plaintiff: Patricia C McCoy
Defendant: Professional Account Services, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Fair Debt Collection Act
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
Doukas et al v. Bavelis (JRG2)
as 3:2016cv00449
Plaintiff: Ted Doukas , Likos of Tennessee, Corp , Athena of SC, LLC and others
Defendant: George A Bavelis
Cause Of Action: Injunction
Matlock v. Credit One Bank, N.A.
as 2:2016cv02579
Plaintiff: Ricky Matlock
Defendant: Credit One Bank, N.A.
Cause Of Action: Civil Miscellaneous Case
Fuller v. Comenity Bank
as 3:2016cv01846
Plaintiff: Michael Fuller
Defendant: Comenity Bank
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment
Orellana v. Cartagena
as 3:2016cv00444
Plaintiff: Osmin Manuel Guardado Orellana
Defendant: Fiama Magdalena Velasquez Cartagena
Cause Of Action: International Child Abduction Remedies Act
Mitchell v. LendingClub Corporation
as 1:2016cv00053
Plaintiff: Karen Mitchell
Defendant: LendingClub Corporation
Cause Of Action: Restrictions on use of telephone equipment
Cunningham v. Collecto, Inc. et al
as 3:2016cv01676
Plaintiff: Craig Cunningham
Defendant: Collecto, Inc., Paul Leary, Jr.
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
Cunningham v. Alpha Recovery Corporation
as 3:2016cv01673
Plaintiff: Craig Cunningham
Defendant: Alpha Recovery Corporation
Cause Of Action: Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996

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