Cases filed in the Sixth Circuit Courts
Cases 11 - 19 of 19
Kudela et al v. RAF Masonry Restorations, Inc.
as 1:2009cv02070
Plaintiff: Kenneth C. Kudela, Thomas C. Cowan, Thomas F. Denk and others
Defendant: RAF Masonry Restorations, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Labor/Mgt. Relations (Contracts)
Type: Labor None
Barber et al v. Royal Stone Erectors, Inc.
as 5:2009cv00024
Plaintiff: James Barber, Thomas F. Denk, Rick J. Semersky, Jr. and others
Defendant: Royal Stone Erectors, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
Barber et al v. Gallagher Masonry, Inc.
as 5:2008cv01417
Plaintiff: James Barber, James Barber, Thomas F. Denk and others
Defendant: Gallagher Masonry, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
Barber et al v. Onex Construction, Inc.
as 1:2008cv01413
Plaintiff: James Barber, James Barber, Thomas F. Denk and others
Defendant: Onex Construction, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
Barber et al v. Konstanzer Masonry, Inc.
as 1:2008cv01173
Plaintiff: James Barber, James Barber, Thomas F. Denk and others
Defendant: Konstanzer Masonry, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
Barber et al v. Martina Marble Company
as 1:2008cv01172
Plaintiff: James Barber, James Barber, Thomas F. Denk and others
Defendant: Martina Marble Company
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
James Barber, et al v. Elliott Masonry Co., Inc.
as 1:2008cv00748
Plaintiff: Daniel Meyer, Bernard E Weir, Jr., Bernard E Weir, Jr. and others
Defendant: Elliott Masonry Co., Inc., Elliott Masonry Co., Inc.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Labor None
United States of America v. Watkins et al
as 5:2008cv00039
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Jesse R. Watkins, Kelly Watkins
Cause Of Action: Foreclosure
Barber v. Scotstone Inc.
as 1:2007cv00714
Plaintiff: Bernard E Weir, Jr., Richard J. Studer, Jack Petsche and others
Defendant: Scotstone Inc.
Cause Of Action: E.R.I.S.A.-Employee Benefits

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