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Raudenbush v. City of Englewood, Tennessee We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2009cv00475
Plaintiff: George Joseph Third Raudenbush
Defendant: City of Englewood, Tennessee
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal
Type: Other Statutes None
Hoadley v. Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2009cv00200
Plaintiff: Steven A Hoadley, Steven A Hoadley
Defendant: Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation, Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Type: Other Statutes None
Tennessee Scrap Recyclers Association et al v. Bredesen et al
as 2:2008cv02073
Plaintiff: Tennessee Scrap Recyclers Association, Tennessee Scrap Recyclers Association, Tennessee Scrap Recyclers Association and others
Defendant: Phil Bredesen, The City of Memphis, Willie Herenton and others
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Other Statutes None
United States Of America, et al., v. Gooslin
as 2:2007cv02155
Petitioner: United States of America, Louis G. Norvell, IV
Respondent: Tamara Gooslin
Cause Of Action: IRS: Petition to Enforce IRS Summons
Harris v. Woodard Properties et al
as 2:2006cv02423
Cause Of Action: Constitutionality of State Statute(s)
Doe v. Bredesen et al
as 3:2006cv00072
Cause Of Action: Constitutionality of State Statute(s)
McClinton v. State of Arkansas
as 1:2004cv01257
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Civil Rights Act
Chattanooga Gas Company v. City of Chattanooga
as 1:2004cv00214
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Breach of Contract
Chambers, et al v. City of Chattanooga
as 1:2004cv00004
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights

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