Martin v. Freudenberg-NOK et al

Plaintiff: James G. Martin
Defendant: Freudenberg-NOK and Daniel Abernathy, IV
Case Number: 2:2013cv00019
Filed: February 1, 2013
Court: Georgia Northern District Court
County: White
Presiding Judge: William C. O'Kelley
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Jobs

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Plaintiff: James G. Martin
Represented By: Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
Represented By: Charles Ronald Bridgers
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Defendant: Freudenberg-NOK
Represented By: Gavin Stone Appleby
Represented By: Emily Dale Blaiss
Represented By: Richard C. McWilliams, Jr.
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Defendant: Daniel Abernathy, IV
Represented By: Gavin Stone Appleby
Represented By: Emily Dale Blaiss
Represented By: Richard C. McWilliams, Jr.
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