Williams et al v. U.S. Rare Earths

Plaintiff: Edward F. Cowle and H. Deworth Williams
Defendant: U.S. Rare Earths
Case Number: 2:2012cv00905
Filed: September 25, 2012
Court: Utah District Court
Office: Central Office
County: Salt Lake
Presiding Judge: Robert J. Shelby
Nature of Suit: Stockholders Suits
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Notice of Removal
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Edward F. Cowle
Represented By: John Michael Coombs
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Plaintiff: H. Deworth Williams
Represented By: John Michael Coombs
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Defendant: U.S. Rare Earths
Represented By: Wesley D. Felix
Represented By: Jason Christopher Moreau
Represented By: John Albert Sten
Represented By: Christopher B. Sullivan
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