Goins v. Bridgeport Hospital

Plaintiff - Appellant: Amey Goins
Defendant - Appellee: Bridgeport Hospital, Marylyn Cocia, in her official and individual capacity and Candace Maffei, in her official and individual capacity
Case Number: 13-1465
Filed: April 18, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Nature of Suit: CIVIL RIGHTS-Jobs

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Plaintiff - appellant: Amey Goins
Represented By: W Martyn Philpot
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Defendant - appellee: Bridgeport Hospital
Represented By: Adam S. Mocciolo
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Defendant - appellee: Marylyn Cocia, in her official and individual capacity
Represented By: Adam S. Mocciolo
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Defendant - appellee: Candace Maffei, in her official and individual capacity
Represented By: Adam S. Mocciolo
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