Telamon Corporation v. Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company et al

Defendant: Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America and Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company
Plaintiff: Telamon Corporation
Case Number: 2:2013mc50773
Filed: May 17, 2013
Court: Michigan Eastern District Court
County: Wayne
Presiding Judge: Avern Cohn
Referring Judge: Mark A. Randon
Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions

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Defendant: Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America
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Defendant: Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company
Represented By: Michele A. Chapnick
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Plaintiff: Telamon Corporation
Represented By: Jeffrey G. Muth
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