Covert v. Automotive Credit Corp.

Defendant: Automotive Credit Corp.
Plaintiff: Kevin Covert
Case Number: 1:2013cv01928
Filed: July 2, 2013
Court: Maryland District Court
Office: Baltimore Office
County: Baltimore City
Presiding Judge: James K. Bredar
Nature of Suit: Consumer Credit
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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September 13, 2013 22 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM. Signed by Judge James K. Bredar on 9/12/13. (mps, Deputy Clerk)

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Defendant: Automotive Credit Corp.
Represented By: Michael Raymond Naccarato(Designation Retained)
Represented By: Francis Joseph Gorman(Designation Retained)
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Plaintiff: Kevin Covert
Represented By: Thomas Joseph Minton(Designation Retained)
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