THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY OF AMERICA v. CORONATION SHEET METAL CO. INC.

Plaintiff: THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY OF AMERICA
Defendant: CORONATION SHEET METAL CO. INC.
Case Number: 2:2012cv07603
Filed: December 12, 2012
Court: New Jersey District Court
Office: Newark Office
County: Union
Referring Judge: Michael A. Hammer
Presiding Judge: Jose L. Linares
Nature of Suit: Personal Property: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Property Damage
Jury Demanded By: Both

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May 30, 2013 23 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER that Defendant's 16 Motion to Dismiss is DENIED. Signed by Judge Jose L. Linares on 5/30/13. (gmd, )

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Plaintiff: THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY OF AMERICA
Represented By: MICHAEL F. WALLACE
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