Rafael Marderosian, et al v. City of Beavercreek, et al
Plaintiff - Appellant: RAFAEL L. MARDEROSIAN, et al.,
Defendant - Appellee: CITY OF BEAVERCREEK and WAL-MART INC
Case Number: 10-3252
Filed: March 9, 2010
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Voting

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May 16, 2011 Rafael Marderosian, et al v. City of Beavercreek, et al

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Plaintiff - appellant: RAFAEL L. MARDEROSIAN, et al.,
Represented By: Timothy Michael Burke
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Defendant - appellee: CITY OF BEAVERCREEK
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Defendant - appellee: WAL-MART INC
Represented By: Warren J. Sefton
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