Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
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Sudler v. City of New York We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 11-1198
Plaintiff - Appellant: Terence Sudler
Defendant: Bureau Chief, Department Of Corrections Custody Management & Environmental Health Department from June 2005 to July 2006, Coordinator New York City Department Of Corrections Inmate Records, from June 2005 to July 2006, John Doe, Clerical Staff Worker at Rikers Island who failed to transmit Plaintiff's sentencing paperwork to the New York State Department of Correctional Services (DOCS) and others
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York, Martin F. Horn, of the New York City Department of Corrections (NYCDOC), Warden, Who was in charge of Plaintiff's Correctional Facility at Rikers Island and others
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 10-3009
Debtor - Debtor: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant and others
Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant and others
Samuels v. Ford
as 10-2120
Plaintiff - Appellant: Michael Samuels
Defendant: Michael H. Ford, of NYSOMH, in his individual capacity, Joel Silbert, of M.P.C, in his official and individual capacity, Nurse Mayta, of M.P.C in her individual capacity and others
Defendant - Appellee: James L. Stone, Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health of the State of New York, in his representative capacity, Marvin Bernstein, Director of the New York State Mental Hygiene Legal Services, in his representative capacity, Horace Belton, Executive Director of the Manhattan Psychiatric Center, in his representative capacity and others
Biton v. State of New York
as 10-84
Plaintiff - Appellant: Danielle Biton
Defendant: Signature Bank, East Bank, HSBC and others
Defendant - Appellee: State of New York, Andrew Cuomo, Office of Attorney General, Department of State of Corporations and others

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