National Bank of South Carolina v. Williams

Plaintiff: National Bank of South Carolina
Defendant: Katherine H. Williams
Case Number: 1:2010cv00221
Filed: October 5, 2010
Court: North Carolina Western District Court
Office: Asheville Office
County: Buncombe
Referring Judge: Dennis Howell
Presiding Judge: Martin Reidinger
Nature of Suit: Negotiable Instrument
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Date Filed#Document Text
December 3, 2010 11 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Appear Pro Hac Vice, added Brian C. Athey for Katherine H. Williams. Signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis Howell on 12/3/10. (ejb)

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Plaintiff: National Bank of South Carolina
Represented By: Scott Keegan Dillin
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Defendant: Katherine H. Williams
Represented By: Brian C. Athey
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