Cases filed in the Fourth Circuit Courts
Brian Davison v. Phyllis Randall
as 17-2003
Plaintiff - Appellant: BRIAN DAVISON
Defendant - Appellee: PHYLLIS RANDALL, In her official and individual capacity
Defendant: LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, In their official and individual capacities, LEO P. ROGERS, In his official capacity, TONY BUFFINGTON, In his official capacity and others
Brian Davison v. Phyllis Randall
as 17-2002
Plaintiff - Appellee: BRIAN DAVISON
Defendant - Appellant: PHYLLIS RANDALL, In her official and individual capacity
Defendant: LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, In their official and individual capacities, LEO P. ROGERS, In his official capacity, TONY BUFFINGTON, In his official capacity and others
Brian Davison v. Phyllis Randall
as 17-2003
Amicus Curiae: REBECCA TUSHNET, Frank Stanton Professor of First Amendment Law, Harvard Law School, HELEN L. NORTON, Professor and Ira C. Rothgerber, Jr. Chair in Constitutional Law, University of Colorado School of Law, ACLU OF WEST VIRGINIA and others
Defendant: LEO P. ROGERS, In his official capacity, RON MEYER, In his official capacity, TONY BUFFINGTON, In his official capacity and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: BRIAN DAVISON
Defendant / Appellee: PHYLLIS RANDALL, In her official and individual capacity, LOUDOUN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, In their official and individual capacities
Katz et al v. Block et al
as 8:2016cv03662
Plaintiff: Lawrence Block, Geary B. Katz
Defendant: Charles M Steiner , CMS Family IV LLC, Adam Steiner and others
Cause Of Action: Tort Claim
Davison v. Loudoun County Board of Supervisors et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2016cv00932
Plaintiff: Brian C. Davison
Defendant: Loudoun County Board of Supervisors , Leo Rogers , Phyllis Randall and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act

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