Laidlaw v. Fraternal Order of Eagles #4483 et al

Plaintiff: Dale Laidlaw
Defendant: Fraternal Order of Eagles #4483 and Grand Aerie of Fraternal Order of Eagles
Case Number: 2:2013cv00010
Filed: January 8, 2013
Court: Michigan Western District Court
Office: Northern Division (2) Office
County: Mackinac
Presiding Judge: Gordon J. Quist
Nature of Suit: Recovery of Overpayment and Enforcement of Judgment
Cause of Action: 28:1441
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Dale Laidlaw
Represented By: Joseph P. Kwiatkowski
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Defendant: Grand Aerie of Fraternal Order of Eagles
Represented By: Kirsten Elizabeth Gramzow
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