Scandreth-Halliday v. Niranjan J. Dave MD PC et al

Defendant: Niranjan J. Dave MD PC and Niranjan J. Dave
Plaintiff: Nora J. Scandreth-Halliday
Case Number: 1:2013cv00668
Filed: March 2, 2013
Court: Georgia Northern District Court
County: Paulding
Presiding Judge: William S. Duffey
Nature of Suit: Labor: Fair Standards

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Defendant: Niranjan J. Dave MD PC
Represented By: John Lauchlin Monroe, Jr.
Represented By: Thomas Cullen Stafford
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Defendant: Niranjan J. Dave
Represented By: John Lauchlin Monroe, Jr.
Represented By: Thomas Cullen Stafford
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Plaintiff: Nora J. Scandreth-Halliday
Represented By: Thomas F. Martin
Represented By: Kimberly N. Martin
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