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E N Dell Company Inc v. Straub-Martin Harris et al
as 5:2015cv00998
Defendant: Continental Casualty Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, M & H Enterprises Inc and others
Plaintiff: E N Dell Company Inc
Type: Contract Miller Act
E N Dell Company Inc v. Straub-Martin Harris et al
as 2:2015cv03858
Defendant: Continental Casualty Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, M & H Enterprises Inc and others
Plaintiff: E N Dell Company Inc
Type: Contract Miller Act
CW Electrical, Inc. v. Amvetco Souza et al
as 3:2015cv02229
Plaintiff: CW Electrical, Inc.
Defendant: Amvetco Souza, AMVETCO Construction, Inc., SOUZA Construction, Inc. and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America et al v. Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania
as 3:2015cv05326
Plaintiff: United States of America, EC Power Systems Electrical Construction Company
Defendant: Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States, For the Use of Superior Ready Mix Concrete L.P. v. BVB Construction, Inc. et al
as 3:2015cv01091
Plaintiff: United States, For the Use of Superior Ready Mix Concrete L.P.
Defendant: BVB Construction, Inc., International Fidelity Insurance Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
Picatti Brothers Inc v. Advanced Technology Construction Corp et al
as 1:2015cv03075
Plaintiff: Picatti Brothers Inc
Defendant: Advanced Technology Construction Corp, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America
Cause Of Action: Breach of Contract
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
as 2:2015cv02767
Defendant: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
Plaintiff: United States of America
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Breach of Contract
Type: Contract Miller Act
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