English-Speaking Un v. Johnson, James, et al

Appellant - Appellant: English-Speaking Union
Appellee - Appellee: James Johnson, Geraldine Niva Johnson and Elm Company
Case Number: 02-7086
Filed: July 25, 2002
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Appeals Rule 28 USC 158

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January 16, 2004 English-Speaking Un v. Johnson, James, et al
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Appellant - appellant: English-Speaking Union
Represented By: Frederic Willard Schwartz
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Appellee - appellee: James Johnson
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Appellee - appellee: Geraldine Niva Johnson
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Appellee - appellee: Elm Company
Represented By: Roger A. Hayden
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