Cases
Abreu v. Lira
as 17-2448
Plaintiff - Appellant: Carlos Abreu
Defendant - Appellee: Michael J. Lira, Deputy Commissioner for Programs at Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in individual and official capacities, Gerald J. Otis, Deputy Commissioner for Administrative; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities, David A. Rock, Superintendent of Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities and others
Defendant: Cromp, Correctional Officer; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in individual capacity, Constantino, Correctional Captain; Wende Correctional Facility; sued in individual and official capacities, S. Danforth, Facility Steward; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities and others
Abreu v. Lira
as 17-1848
Plaintiff - Appellant: Carlos Abreu
Defendant - Appellee: Michael J. Lira, Deputy Commissioner for Programs at Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in individual and official capacities, Gerald J. Otis, Deputy Commissioner for Administrative; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities, David A. Rock, Superintendent of Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities and others
Defendant: Cromp, Correctional Officer; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in individual capacity, Constantino, Correctional Captain; Wende Correctional Facility; sued in individual and official capacities, S. Danforth, Facility Steward; Upstate Correctional Facility; sued in both individual and official capacities and others
The Freecycle Network, Inc. v. Oey et al Featured Case We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 4:2006cv00173
Plaintiff: The Freecycle Network, Inc., The Freecycle Network, Inc., The Freecycle Network, Inc. and others
Defendant: Tim Oey, Tim Oey, Jane Doe Oey and others
Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)

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