Harder et al v. Midland Credit Management, Inc.,

Plaintiff: Arthur F. Harder, II and Arthur F. Harder, III
Defendant: Midland Credit Management, Inc.,
Case Number: 0:2013cv00254
Filed: January 31, 2013
Court: Minnesota District Court
County: Ramsey
Referring Judge: Leo I. Brisbois
Presiding Judge: Patrick J. Schiltz
Nature of Suit: Consumer Credit

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Plaintiff: Arthur F. Harder, II
Represented By: Thomas J Lyons, Jr
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Plaintiff: Arthur F. Harder, III
Represented By: Thomas J Lyons, Jr
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Defendant: Midland Credit Management, Inc.,
Represented By: James R Bedell
Represented By: Michael S Poncin
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