Cantore v. City of New York
Plaintiff - Appellant: Thomas Cantore
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York, Raymond Kelly, NYC Police Department and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Article II Police Pension Fund, in his individual and official capacity, Article II Police Pension Fund, AKA Police Pension Fund, 1-12 John and Jane Does, Members of the Board of Trustees, Article II Pension Fund, in their official capacity, 1-12 John and Jane Does, Members of the Board of Trustees, Article II Pension Fund, in their individual capacity and New York City Police Department
Case Number: 18-1615
Filed: May 25, 2018
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Nature of Suit: Americans w/Disibilities Act-E
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Plaintiff - appellant: Thomas Cantore
Represented By: Thomas Cantore
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Defendant - appellee: City of New York
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Represented By: MacKenzie Fillow
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Defendant - appellee: Raymond Kelly, NYC Police Department and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Article II Police Pension Fund, in his individual and official capacity
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Represented By: MacKenzie Fillow
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Defendant - appellee: Article II Police Pension Fund, AKA Police Pension Fund
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Defendant - appellee: 1-12 John and Jane Does, Members of the Board of Trustees, Article II Pension Fund, in their official capacity
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Represented By: MacKenzie Fillow
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Defendant - appellee: 1-12 John and Jane Does, Members of the Board of Trustees, Article II Pension Fund, in their individual capacity
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Defendant - appellee: New York City Police Department
Represented By: Zachary W. Carter
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