NLB Corp. v. Shawver et al

Plaintiff: NLB Corp.
Defendant: Todd Shawver, James Richard Sloan and PSI Pressure Systems Corp.
Case Number: 2:2013cv11817
Filed: April 23, 2013
Court: Michigan Eastern District Court
County: Oakland
Referring Judge: R. Steven Whalen
Presiding Judge: Stephen J. Murphy
Nature of Suit: Contract: Other

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Plaintiff: NLB Corp.
Represented By: Matthew M. Jakubowski
Represented By: Rebecca J. Cantor
Represented By: Mark A. Cantor
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Defendant: Todd Shawver
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Defendant: James Richard Sloan
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