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Marshall v. English, et al
as 21-3101
Defendant / Appellee: JOHN DOE (4), Blind IRS Employee/Undercover Person, in his individual and official capacity, TOMMIE TURNER, Client/Associate/Stakeholder-Wizard Services/Joe Marshall's Companies, in his individual capacity, Estate of Travis Johnson, JOHN CORNELIUS, IRS Special Agent, Criminal Investigation Division, Austin, Texas, in his individual capacity and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: JONATHAN MARSHALL, SR.
Faulkes v. ORBCOMM Inc. et al
as 1:2021cv04838
Plaintiff: George Faulkes
Defendant: Marco Fuchs, ORBCOMM Inc., Marc J. Eisenberg and others
Augenbaum v. Orbcomm Inc. et al
as 1:2021cv03035
Defendant: Marco Fuchs, Orbcomm Inc., Marc J. Eisenberg and others
Plaintiff: Todd Augenbaum
Gosvener v. ORBCOMM Inc. et al
as 1:2021cv04579
Defendant: Marco Fuchs, ORBCOMM Inc., Marc J. Eisenberg and others
Plaintiff: Corina Gosvener
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Securities Violation
Jason v. Robinson et al
as 7:2021cv00320
Defendant: Claim #6 Participants, Abstraction Team, Stallard and others
Plaintiff: Hubert Alan Jason, II
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
GLISSON v. ORBCOMM INC. et al
as 2:2021cv11605
Plaintiff: WILLIAM GLISSON
Defendant: MARCO FUCHS, ORBCOMM INC., MARC J. EISENBERG and others
Long v. ORBCOMM Inc. et al
as 1:2021cv04536
Defendant: Marco Fuchs, ORBCOMM Inc., Marc J. Eisenberg and others
Plaintiff: Kai Long
HOPE v. ORBCOMM INC. et al
as 2:2021cv11449
Defendant: MARCO FUCHS, ORBCOMM INC., MARC J. EISENBERG and others
Plaintiff: BRANDON HOPE
Epstein v. Orbcomm, Inc. et al
as 1:2021cv04470
Defendant: Marco Fuchs, ORBCOMM Inc., Marc J. Eisenberg and others
Plaintiff: Asher Epstein
Terrance Proctor v. Arkansas Dept. of Correction, et al
as 21-2114
Defendant / Appellee: Benny Magness, Member, Board of Corrections, in his Official and Individual Capacities, James B. Depriest, In his Official and Individual Capacities, Lona McCastlain and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: Terrance Proctor

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