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Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc. v. Western Surety Company
as 1:2015cv01325
Plaintiff: Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc.
Defendant: Western Surety Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc. v. Western Surety Company
as 1:2015cv01327
Plaintiff: Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc.
Defendant: Western Surety Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc. v. Western Surety Company
as 1:2015cv01328
Plaintiff: Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc.
Defendant: Western Surety Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Brawley Finishes Etc, LLC v. Kisaq-RQ 8A 2 JV et al
as 4:2015cv00075
Plaintiff: Brawley Finishes Etc, LLC
Defendant: Kisaq-RQ 8A 2 JV, Kisaq, LLC, RQ Construction, LLC and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc. v. Western Surety Company
as 1:2015cv01303
Plaintiff: Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc.
Defendant: Western Surety Company
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Breach of Contract
Type: Contract Miller Act
Metal Dek Group-A Unit of CSI v. KISAQ-RQ BA 2 JV, et al
as 7:2015cv00093
Plaintiff: Metal Dek Group-A Unit of CSI
Defendant: KISAQ-RQ BA 2 JV, Federal Insurance Company, Western Surety Company and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Metal Dek Group-A Unit of CSI v. KISAQ-RQ BA 2 JV, et al
as 4:2015cv00073
Plaintiff: Metal Dek Group-A Unit of CSI
Defendant: KISAQ-RQ BA 2 JV, Federal Insurance Company, Western Surety Company and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
EMW Inc. v. CH2M Hill Constructors, Inc. et al
as 1:2015cv00553
Plaintiff: EMW Inc.
Defendant: CH2M Hill Constructors, Inc., Fidelity And Deposit Company Of Maryland, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
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