Cases
Berrios v. State of New York
as 19-129
Defendant: New York Lawyers For the Public Interest, Inc., Battiste, Aronowsky, and Suchow, Inc., Bayley Seton Hospital
Plaintiff / Appellant: Jesus Berrios, as legal guardian of Vanessa Rivera
Defendant / Appellee: Richmond County District Attorney's Office, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, City of New York and others
Berrios v. State of New York et al
as 1:2018cv04194
Plaintiff: Jesus Berrios
Defendant: New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc., City of New York, State of New York and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Berrios v. State of New York et al
as 11-1020
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jesus Berrios, as Guardian ad Litem of Vanessa Rivera
Defendant - Appellee: State of New York, City of New York, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporations and others
Berrios v. State of New York et al
as 1:2010cv02897
Defendant: Battiste, Aronowsky, and Suchow, Inc., Bayley Seton Hospital, City of New York and others
Plaintiff: Jesus Berrios
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Berrios et al v. The State of New York et al
as 1:2009cv02236
Plaintiff: Jesus Berrios, Christopher W. Rivera
Defendant: The State of New York, New York State Office of Mental Health, Michael Hogan and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Type: Civil Rights None
USA, et al v. Leg Svc NY, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 00-5244
Plaintiff - Appellee: Leonard Koczur, Acting Inspector General of the Legal Services Corporation
Appellee: United States of America, Legal Aid Bureau, Inc.
Terminated Party: Edouard R. Quatrevaux, Inspector General of the Legal Services Corporation
Appellant: Legal Services for New York
Amicus Curiae For Appellant: New York State Bar Association, Alameda County (California) Bar Association, The Asian-American Legal Defense Education Fund and others

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