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New Petitions Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

U.S. ex rel. Ge v. Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., filed on April 10, 2014

U.S. Sec. Assocs., Inc. v. Abdullah, filed on April 10, 2014

New Merits Brief Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Brief for Respondent  in Riley v. California, No. 13-132, filed on April 2, 2014

New Petition Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Nugent v. Aetna Life Ins. Co., filed on March 27, 2014

New Petitions Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Reynolds v. Texas, filed on March 18, 2014

Pentagon Capital Mgmt. PLC v. SEC, filed on March 19, 2014

New Petitions Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Debord v. Mercy Health Sys. of Kansas, filed on March 13, 2014

N.J. Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Ass’n, Inc. v. NCAA, filed on February 12, 2014

New Merits Brief Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Brief for Respondent Susan Burrow in Support of Reversal in Part and Affirmance in Part in Lane v. Franks, No. 13-483, filed on March 3, 2014

New Petitions Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Brown v. Armstrong, filed on March 3, 2014

Rubio-Montano v. Holder, filed on March 4, 2014

OBB Personenverkehr AG v. Sachs, filed on March 5, 2014

Gibson v. Kilpatrick, filed on March 6, 2014

New Petition Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Kull v. Kutztown Univ. of Penn., filed on February 24, 2014

New Petition Recently Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

M&G Polymers USA, LLC v. Tackett, filed on February 20, 2014

New Merits Brief Filed by Cockle Legal Briefs

Brief for Respondents in Wood v. Moss, No. 13-115, filed on February 10, 2014

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