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  Case NumberCase TitleAssigned JudgeFiled Date
Billy R Peeples vs Pharmacia & UpJohn CompaJudge Matthew Kennelly 7/1/2015
Pine Top Receivables of vs Sul America COmpanhia NaJudge John Robert Blakey 7/1/2015
Anthony Albanese vs AbbVie Inc, et alJudge Matthew Kennelly 7/1/2015
Robert S Holland vs AbbVie Inc, et alJudge Matthew Kennelly 7/1/2015
Trustees of the Chicago P vs Chmenia Construction Inc Judge Matthew Kennelly 7/1/2015
Lawrence Marcinowski vs ECast Settlement CorporaJudge John Lee 7/1/2015
Christopher H. Smith, et vs Fifth Third Mortgage ComJudge Harry Leinenweber 7/1/2015
U.S. Bank National Associ vs U Services Inc, et alJudge Harry Leinenweber 7/1/2015
Christopher Epstein vs Cellco Partnership Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan 7/1/2015
Douglas Brandt vs Laborers Pension Fund et Judge Manish Shah 7/1/2015