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The Department of Justice enforces the nation's laws through both criminal and civil litigation. The cases below are notable for their historical significance or current importance. For more cases, see the web pages of the U.S. Attorneys offices, special prosecutors, and litigating divisions.
U.S. v. AmeriP.O.S., Inc.
U.S. v. Baby-Tenda Corp.
U.S. v. Peter Baci
U.S. v. Andrew Bodnar
Cobell v. Salazar, et al.
U.S. v. John Cockerham, Jr., Melissa Cockerham, Carolyn Blake, a.k.a. Carol Bradshaw
Debit Corp. of America
U.S. v. Eli Lilly
Authors Guild Inc., et al. v. Google Inc.
U.S. v. Home City Ice Co.
U.S. v. Bernard L. Madoff
U.S. v. Microsemi Corp.
U.S. v. Microsoft
U.S. v. James Momon, Jr.
U.S. v. Sean Moran
U.S. v. Timothy O'Leary
U.S. v. Illya Bond (Power Source )
U.S. and Plaintiff States v. Republic Services, Inc. and Allied Waste Industries, Inc.
U.S. v. Anthony M. Tesvich
Litigation Against Tobacco Companies
U.S. v. TransNet Wireless Corp.
U.S. v. Vaughan