Ely v. United States Government

Defendant: United States Government
Plaintiff: James M Ely
Case Number: 2:2012cv00063
Filed: September 26, 2012
Court: Montana District Court
Office: Butte Office
County: GALLATIN
Presiding Judge: Dana L. Christensen
Referring Judge: Carolyn S Ostby
Nature of Suit: Personal Inj. Med. Malpractice
Cause of Action: 28:1331 Fed. Question: Medical Malpractice
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Date Filed#Document Text
October 9, 2013 28 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 16 Motion for Summary Judgment; denying 17 Motion for Summary Judgment; adopting Findings and Recommendations re 26 Findings and Recommendations. Signed by Chief Judge Dana L. Christensen on 10/9/2013. (dle)

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