Thornhill v. Landis

Defendant: Lesley V Landis
Plaintiff: Janet Thornhill
Case Number: 4:2013cv00118
Filed: February 26, 2013
Court: Oklahoma Northern District Court
Office: Tulsa Office
County: Choctaw
Presiding Judge: Claire V Eagan
Referring Judge: T Lane Wilson
Nature of Suit: Personal Inj. Med. Malpractice
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal- Personal Injury
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
April 15, 2013 15 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER by Judge Claire V Eagan ; granting 7 Motion to Dismiss (djh, Dpty Clk)

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Defendant: Lesley V Landis
Represented By: Edward John Main
Represented By: James Keith Secrest, II
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Plaintiff: Janet Thornhill
Represented By: Norborn Grant Jackson
Represented By: John Timothy Beesley
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