GAGE v. SAPPI FINE PAPER NORTH AMERICA LLC et al

Plaintiff: SCOTT GAGE
Defendant: SAPPI FINE PAPER NORTH AMERICA LLC and FRANK L WOODWORTH INC
Case Number: 2:2007cv00200
Filed: November 14, 2007
Court: Maine District Court
Office: Portland Office
Presiding Judge: D. BROCK HORNBY
Referring Judge: JOHN H. RICH
Nature of Suit: P.I.: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Personal Injury
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: SCOTT GAGE
Represented By: DAVID P. CULLENBERG
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Defendant: SAPPI FINE PAPER NORTH AMERICA LLC
Represented By: LUIS DENNIS CARRILLO
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Defendant: FRANK L WOODWORTH INC
Represented By: THOMAS G. MUNDHENK
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