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Muhammad Bilal vs Midland Credit ManagementJudge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan 10/24/2014
Ciarpaglini vs WhiteJudge Frederick Kapala 10/24/2014
Carlos Romero vs NEP Electronics Inc Judge Manish Shah 10/24/2014
Trustee Mike Shales et al vs Midwest Underground Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan 10/24/2014
Angelo Vignola vs Portfolio Recovery AssociJudge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 10/24/2014
Brian Thurmond vs MDS Fulfillment Inc Judge Charles Norgle 10/24/2014
Darren Durden vs Village of Oak Park et alJudge James Zagel 10/24/2014
American Taxi Dispatch vs European Limousine of ChiJudge John Tharp Jr. 10/24/2014
Laborers' Pension Fund et vs JLL Construction ServicesJudge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 10/24/2014
Brian Anderson vs Carolyn W. ColvinJudge John Lee 10/24/2014