In re Ex Parte Application of Occlutech Holding AG for Testimony Aid of a Foreign Proceeding Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1782

Petitioner: Occlutech Holding AG
Respondent: Michael Afremov and Brian M. Packard
Case Number: 0:2011mc00091
Filed: December 22, 2011
Court: Minnesota District Court
Office: DMN Office
County: Aitkin
Referring Judge: Steven E Rau
Presiding Judge: Donovan W. Frank
Nature of Suit: Other

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Petitioner: Occlutech Holding AG
Represented By: Aamer S Ahmed
Represented By: Joel Mark Freed
Represented By: Mary L Knoblauch
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Respondent: Michael Afremov
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Respondent: Brian M. Packard
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