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Wayne v. Hastings Entertainment, Inc.
as 2:2016cv00140
Defendant: Hastings Entertainment, Inc.
Plaintiff: Johnathan Douglas Wayne
Cause Of Action: Job Discrimination (Employment)
Lewis v. Southwest Airlines Co.
as 3:2016cv01538
Plaintiff: Justin Lewis
Defendant: Southwest Airlines Co
Cause Of Action: Fair Credit Reporting Act
National Federation of Independent Business et al v. Perez et al
as 5:2016cv00066
Plaintiff: National Federation of Independent Business , Texas Association of Business , Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and others
Defendant: Thomas E. Perez , Michael J. Hayes , United States Department of Labor
Cause Of Action: Administrative Procedure Act
Cammarata v. University of North Texas Health Science Center
as 4:2016cv00236
Defendant: University of North Texas Health Science Center
Plaintiff: Patrick Cammarata
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Case name Not on File
as 2:2016cv00054
Cause Of Action: E.R.I.S.A.-Employee Benefits
Hager v. Rowan et al
as 4:2016cv00142
Plaintiff: David L Hager
Defendant: Todd G Rowan, DBG Partners, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Labor Litigation
Jamison v. Fluor Corporation
as 3:2016cv00441
Plaintiff: Michael Jamison
Defendant: Fluor Corporation
Cause Of Action: Labor Litigation
Borders v. Greater Giving Inc et al
as 3:2016cv00146
Defendant: Greater Giving Inc , Global Payments Inc , Global Payments Direct Inc
Plaintiff: Patricia Borders
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Employment Discrimination
Morris v. DPC Systems, Inc.
as 4:2015cv00974
Plaintiff: Janis Morris
Defendant: DPC Systems, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Discrimination
Wharton v. FTS International Services LLC
as 4:2015cv00946
Plaintiff: Richard Wharton
Defendant: FTS International Services LLC
Cause Of Action: Exclusions from Definition of Loss of Employment

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