Aeroground, Inc. v. CenterPoint Properties Trust

Plaintiff - Appellant: AEROGROUND, INC., doing business as MENZIES AVIATION, a California Corporation
Defendant - Appellee: CENTERPOINT PROPERTIES TRUST, a Marland Investment Trust
Case Number: 13-1956
Filed: May 6, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Contract Actions

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December 23, 2013 Summary Aeroground, Inc. v. CenterPoint Props. Trust

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December 23, 2013 702140134 Opinion or Order of the Court Filed opinion of the court by Judge Flaum. AFFIRMED. Joel M. Flaum, Circuit Judge; Frank H. Easterbrook, Circuit Judge and John Daniel Tinder, Circuit Judge. [6540699-1] [6540699] [13-1956]
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Plaintiff - appellant: AEROGROUND, INC., doing business as MENZIES AVIATION, a California Corporation
Represented By: William J. Dorsey
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Defendant - appellee: CENTERPOINT PROPERTIES TRUST, a Marland Investment Trust
Represented By: David A. Eide
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