9:16-cv-81352-KAM, Meade et al v. Triton LLC et al ... 2:16-cv-14321-RLR,
United States of America v. Sawyer ... Longhini v. Flanigan's Enterprises of North
Miami, Inc. et al, Cooke, 07/29/2016 ..... 9:16-cv-81318-DMM, Spence v. Chokdee
Plaintiff: State of Texas, State of Alabama, State of Georgia, State of Idaho, State
of Indiana, State of Kansas, State of Louisiana, State of Montana, State of ...
Jun 27, 2016 ... The companies and individuals paying the United States under the settlement
are: ... The lawsuit remains pending in the Eastern District of Texas and is
captioned United States of America ex rel. Robert Spence, Mike Jones, and
Cheryl Jones v. Irving Holdings, Inc., et al., Case Number 4:12-CV-487.
www.leagle.com/decision/19861913647FSupp1266_11741/SPENCE v. FLYNT
Eastern State Corporation et al., 181 F.2d 26 (4th Cir.1950); In re Ben Carter, 618
F.2d 1093 (5th ... jurisdiction over either the subject-matter of the United States,
the District Court could not ... Retirement Plans of America, Inc., 609 F.Supp.
Respondent State(s). Costa Rica. Home State(s) of investor. United States of
America. Summary of matters at issue. Details of investment. Ownership of twenty
Sep 10, 2007 ... vs. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,. Defendant. Gerry Spence. The Spence ...
opinion, Mayfield et al. v. Gonzales et al., 2005 WL 1801679 (D.
Oct 11, 2000 ... Spence v. Washington, United States Supreme Court, 1974 (holding that a peace
symbol attached to an upside-down flag sent a purposeful ...
Grand River Enterprises Six Nations, Ltd., et al. v. United States of America, ... 6
See, e.g. Spence International Investments, LLC, Berkowitz et al. v. The Republic
Jan 12, 2015 ... MORTON, DAVID G. V. BANK OF AMERICA, ET AL. The motions to direct .... 14-
5319. SPENCE, DEMETRIUS V. UNITED STATES. 14-5349.
DECISION OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. TEXAS v. ... James C.
Harrington, and Steven R. Shapiro; for the Christic Institute et al. by James ...
While the flag burned, the protestors chanted: "America, the red, white, and blue,
.... The State of Washington had conceded, in fact, that Spence's conduct was a