Cho et al v. Branch Banking and Trust Company

Plaintiff: Byung Sam Cho and Jin Heui Cho
Defendant: Branch Banking and Trust Company
Case Number: 4:2009cv00001
Filed: January 5, 2009
Court: Virginia Eastern District Court
Office: Negotiable Instrument Office
County: Newport News City
Presiding Judge: Jerome B. Friedman
Referring Judge: F. Bradford Stillman
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: Diversity
Jury Demanded By: 28:1441 Notice of Removal-Breach of Contract

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Plaintiff: Byung Sam Cho
Represented By: M. Scott Stein
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Plaintiff: Jin Heui Cho
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Defendant: Branch Banking and Trust Company
Represented By: Matthew Stephen Sheldon
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