Timothy Runyon v. Applied Extrusion Technologie, et al

Plaintiff - Appellant: TIMOTHY RUNYON
Defendant - Appellee: APPLIED EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED and TROY CORBETT
Case Number: 09-3015
Filed: August 13, 2009
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Appeals Rule 28 USC 158

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August 30, 2010 Timothy Runyon v. Applied Extrusion Technologie, et al

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Plaintiff - appellant: TIMOTHY RUNYON
Represented By: Robert P. Kondras
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Defendant - appellee: APPLIED EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED
Represented By: Heather L. Wilson
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Defendant - appellee: TROY CORBETT
Represented By: John C. Wilkinson
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