MORIN v. PRATT AND WHITNEY et al

Defendant: UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION and PRATT AND WHITNEY
Plaintiff: DAVID MORIN
Case Number: 2:2012cv00154
Filed: May 7, 2012
Court: Maine District Court
Office: Portland Office
County: York
Referring Judge: JOHN H. RICH
Presiding Judge: GEORGE Z. SINGAL
Nature of Suit: Americans with Disabilities - Employment
Cause of Action: 42:12101
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Defendant: UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION
Represented By: FREDERICK B. FINBERG
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Defendant: PRATT AND WHITNEY
Represented By: FREDERICK B. FINBERG
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Plaintiff: DAVID MORIN
Represented By: PETER L. THOMPSON
Represented By: CHAD T. HANSEN
Represented By: ALLISON G. GRAY
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