Nano's Glass, Inc. v. J.E. Dunn Construction Company et al

Defendant: William Henry Agency, LLC. and J.E. Dunn Construction Company
Plaintiff: Nano's Glass, Inc.
Case Number: 3:2012cv00394
Filed: October 1, 2012
Court: Texas Western District Court
Office: El Paso Office
Presiding Judge: Philip R. Martinez
Nature of Suit: Miller Act
Cause of Action: 28:1352 Miller Act
Jury Demanded By: None

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Defendant: William Henry Agency, LLC.
Represented By: Marc A. Young
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Defendant: J.E. Dunn Construction Company
Represented By: Marc A. Young
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Plaintiff: Nano's Glass, Inc.
Represented By: Stephen Harrison Nickey
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