Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
In Re: Bank Markazi, the Centr
as 13-4003
Petitioner: Bank Markazi, the Central Bank of Iran
Plaintiff - Appellee: William Ellis Winter, DiAnne Margaret Allman, Donnie Bates and others
Respondent: Claudine Dunningan, ABC, Deborah D. Peterson, Personal Representative of the Estate of James C. Knipple and others
Third-Party-Defendant: Gary Robert Owens, James Owens, Frank B. Pressley, Jr. and others
Cross-Defendant: Andres Alvarado Tull, Minerva Alvarado, Alan C. Anderson and others
Defendant: Islamic Republic of Iran, Citibank, N.A., Leonard Paul Tice and others
Defendant - Appellee: William Adams, Catherine Adams, Kendall K. Kitson, Jr. and others
Appellee: Estate of Judith Greenbaum, Jeremy Levin, Dr. Lucille Levin and others
Defendant - Appellant: Clearstream Banking, S.A.
Grand River Enterprises Six Na v. Pryor
as 12-840
Plaintiff - Appellant: Grand River Enterprises Six Nations, Limited
Defendant - Appellee: Troy King, Attorney General of the State of Alabama, and is sued herein solely in his official, representative capacity, Talis Colberg, Attorney General of the State of Alaska, and is sued herein solely, in his official, representative capacity, Terry Goddard, Attorney General of the State of Arizona, and is sued herein solely in his official, representative capacity and others
Grand River Enterprises Six Na v. Pryor
as 11-1904
Plaintiff - Appellant: Grand River Enterprises Six Nations, Limited
Defendant - Appellee: Troy King, Attorney General of the State of Alabama, and is sued herein solely in his official, representative capacity, Talis Colberg, Attorney General of the State of Alaska, and is sued herein solely, in his official, representative capacity, Terry Goddard, Attorney General of the State of Arizona, and is sued herein solely in his official, representative capacity and others

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