Cases filed in the Second Circuit Courts
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 1:2019cv09431
Defendant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Plaintiff: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Kernan v. New York State Department of F
as 16-3643
Plaintiff: Oriska Corporation, Oriska Insurance Company
Plaintiff - Appellant: James M. Kernan, individually and on behalf of all those independent entrepreneurs, small and disadvantaged business enterprises, suffering serious, permanent and irreparable economic and social injury and damage as a result of actions by the Defendants t
Defendant - Appellee: New York State Department of Financial Services, FKA New York State Department of Insurance, Benjamin M. Lawsky, Superintendent of New York State Department of Financial Services, Charles Buzz Sawyer, Assistant Chief Investigator and others
Defendant: Michael A. Mark, Investigator, Beth Cohen, Esq., Associate Attorney, Edward R. Broton, Assistant United States Attorney and others
Kernan v. New York State Department of F
as 16-3658
Plaintiff: James M. Kernan, individually and on behalf of all those independent entrepreneurs, small and disadvantaged business enterprises, suffering serious, permanent and irreparable economic and social injury and damage as a result of actions by the Defendants t
Plaintiff - Appellant: Oriska Corporation, Oriska Insurance Company
Defendant - Appellee: New York State Department of Financial Services, FKA New York State Department of Insurance, Benjamin M. Lawsky, Superintendent of New York State Department of Financial Services, Charles Buzz Sawyer, Assistant Chief Investigator and others
Defendant: Michael A. Mark, Investigator, Beth Cohen, Esq., Associate Attorney, Edward R. Broton, Assistant United States Attorney and others
Palmgren v. The Howard Hughes Corporation, et al
as 1:2016cv02125
Defendant: The Howard Hughes Corporation, Pop Up Mob LLC
Plaintiff: Carolina Palmgren
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement

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