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Pursuant to Judicial Conference of the United States policy, access to all case related documents must be through the PACER system.

Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is a service that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts, and the PACER Case Locator via the Internet.

PACER users must register for an account . Access to court documents costs $0.10 per page. The cost to access a single document is capped at $3.00, the equivalent of 30 pages. The cap does not apply to name searches, reports that are not case-specific and transcripts of federal court proceedings. If your usage does not exceed $15 in a quarter, fees for that quarter are waived, effectively making PACER free for most users. PACER is provided by the federal judiciary in keeping with its commitment to providing public access to court information via a centralized service.

Please note there may be a 24 hour delay from the time of filing until the document is available on the PACER System.

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  Case NumberCase TitleAssigned JudgeFiled Date
Kevin Kelsey vs J.R.S.-I, Inc.Judge Sharon Coleman 7/31/2014
Phillip Keister vs AbbVie IncJudge Matthew Kennelly 7/31/2014
Anthony Marano Company vs Mayfair Market, Inc. Judge Ruben Castillo 7/31/2014
Equal Employment Opportun vs City Colleges of ChicagoJudge Sara Ellis 7/31/2014
Johnson Bank vs Daniel E WalshJudge Ruben Castillo 7/31/2014
Intelio Technologies, Inc vs Ryko Solutions, Inc.Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 7/31/2014
Deybi Alexander Rivas Mar vs Leon RodriguezJudge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 7/31/2014
Trustees of the Chicago R vs Precision Athletic FlooriJudge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 7/31/2014
Jasmin Mitchell-Barner vs NCO Financial Systems, InJudge Marvin Aspen 7/31/2014
LSREF3 Sapphire LLC vs New Fortune EnterpriseJudge Joan Humphrey Lefkow 7/31/2014