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Alesky Bernfeld, et al vs U.S. Airways Inc.Judge Sharon Coleman 7/22/2014
Ekaette Peace Igbinovia vs Indiania Dabney UniversiJudge Gary Feinerman 7/22/2014
Jeffrey Schuur vs AbbVie Inc., et alJudge Matthew Kennelly 7/22/2014
USA vs Johnathan DrummondJudge Thomas Durkin 7/22/2014
Trustees of the Chicago vs Exclusive Construction SJudge Joan Gottschall 7/22/2014
Chicago Regional Council vs Hickory Oaks ConstructioJudge John Darrah 7/22/2014
The Burlington Insurance vs Matthews Company, et alJudge Amy St. Eve 7/22/2014
Jerzy Kucharski, et al vs Orbis Corporation, et alJudge Amy St. Eve 7/22/2014
Mae Harges, et al vs North American Credit SoJudge John Tharp Jr. 7/22/2014
Dr. Malia A. Johnson d/b vs Millenniumsoft, Inc., etJudge Amy St. Eve 7/22/2014