Leonard Avila v. Los Angeles Police Department, et al

Plaintiff - Appellee,: LEONARD AVILA
Defendant,: LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
Defendant - Appellant,: CITY OF LOS ANGELES and STUART MAISLIN, Commander
Case Number: 12-55931
Filed: May 18, 2012
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Fair Labor Standards Act

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July 10, 2014 Summary Avila v. LAPD

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Plaintiff - appellee,: LEONARD AVILA
Represented By: Matthew McNicholas
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Defendant,: LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
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Defendant - appellant,: CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Represented By: Mark K. Kitabayashi
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Defendant - appellant,: STUART MAISLIN, Commander
Represented By: Mark K. Kitabayashi
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