State of South Dakota Department of Social Services v. Malde

Appellant: State of South Dakota Department of Social Services
Appellee: David E. Malde
Case Number: 4:2010cv04157
Filed: October 20, 2010
Court: South Dakota District Court
Office: Southern Division Office
County: Minnehaha
Presiding Judge: Karen E. Schreier
Nature of Suit: Appeal
Cause of Action: 28:0158
Jury Demanded By: None

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May 5, 2011 10 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER Affirming Bankruptcy Court Decision. Signed by Chief Judge Karen E. Schreier on 5/5/2011. (KC)

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Appellant: State of South Dakota Department of Social Services
Represented By: James Edward Carlon
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Appellee: David E. Malde
Represented By: Clair R. Gerry
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