Doe v. University of Texas At Austin et al

Plaintiff: John Doe
Defendant: Dr. Gregory Fenves and University of Texas At Austin
Case Number: 1:2017cv00732
Filed: August 7, 2017
Court: Texas Western District Court
Office: Austin Office
Presiding Judge: Sam Sparks
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Education
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Civil Rights Act
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: John Doe
Represented By: Brian Roark
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Defendant: Dr. Gregory Fenves
Represented By: Sean P. Flammer
Represented By: H. Carl Myers
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Defendant: University of Texas At Austin
Represented By: Sean P. Flammer
Represented By: H. Carl Myers
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