Fahsel v Falcon Cable Systems Company II, L.P.
Plaintiff: Ryan Fahsel
Defendant: Charter Communications, Inc. and Falcon Cable Systems Company II, LP
Case Number: 6:2015cv00527
Filed: March 31, 2015
Court: US District Court for the District of Oregon
Office: Eugene (6) Office
Presiding Judge: Ann L. Aiken
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Employment
Cause of Action: 29:2617 Family and Medical Leave Act Discrimination
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff
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Defendant: Charter Communications, Inc.
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Defendant: Falcon Cable Systems Company II, LP
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Plaintiff: Ryan Fahsel
Represented By: John S. Razor
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