Virginia Street Fidelco, L.L.C. et al v. Browne

Plaintiff: City of Newark, New Jersey and Virginia Street Fidelco, L.L.C.
Defendant: Vernon G. Browne
Case Number: 8:2014cv00130
Filed: January 17, 2014
Court: Florida Middle District Court
Office: Tampa Office
County: XX US, Outside State
Referring Judge: Elizabeth A. Jenkins
Presiding Judge: Richard A. Lazzara
Nature of Suit: Environmental Matters
Cause of Action: 42:6901
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: City of Newark, New Jersey
Represented By: Michael Joseph Keane
Represented By: Charles W. Gerdes
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Plaintiff: Virginia Street Fidelco, L.L.C.
Represented By: Michael Joseph Keane
Represented By: Charles W. Gerdes
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Defendant: Vernon G. Browne
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