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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.

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  Case NumberCase TitleAssigned JudgeFiled Date
Enjoy Life Natural Brands vs Old Lyme Gourmet Co. Judge John Lee 8/21/2014
Harrison vs Internal Revenue ServiceJudge Frederick Kapala 8/21/2014
Larry Brown et al vs EMC Mortgage Corporation Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer 8/20/2014
Central States, Southeast vs Daniel CurtisJudge Marvin Aspen 8/20/2014
Sheet Metal Workers vs J and R Installations, Judge Matthew Kennelly 8/20/2014
Adrienne Moss vs Edgar Singleton, Jr.Judge Joan Gottschall 8/20/2014
Kenneth J. Bauwens vs NY Electric Services,Judge Manish Shah 8/20/2014
Trustees of the Chicago vs Tiffiny Decorating Co.Judge Joan Gottschall 8/20/2014
Mary Kay Andriopoulos vs Midland Credit ManagementJudge Matthew Kennelly 8/20/2014
Maria Sepulveda vs Target CorporationJudge Sara Ellis 8/20/2014