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Record of Clifford v. Regents of University of California [TLR Note: a) 2 federal cases — separate and apart from case in Yolo County Superior Court b)even though Clifford’s claims appear valid and justifies – number of proceedings call for self-examination c) Did Clifford contact Ivo Labar of Kerr & Wagstaffe?

Ryan Clifford v. Regents of The University of C, et al

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Plaintiff – Appellant,: RYAN CLIFFORD
Case Number: 12-16255
Filed: May 29, 2012
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights – Other Civil Rights
Previous Case: Clifford v. Regents of University of California et al (2:2011cv02935)

Plaintiff:     Ryan Clifford
Defendants:     Regents of University of California, Tracy Grissom and Paul Cody

Case Number:     2:2011cv02935
Filed:     November 4, 2011

Court:     California Eastern District Court
Office:     Sacramento         Office
County:     Sacramento
Presiding Judge:     John A. Mendez
Referring Judge:     Gregory G. Hollows

Nature of Suit:     Civil Rights – Other Civil Rights
Cause:     28:1983
Jurisdiction:     Federal Question
Jury Demanded By:     Plaintiff

Following Case:     Ryan Clifford v. Regents of The University of C, et al (12-16255)

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