Southern District of Contract Cases

Miller Act Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Cases 1 - 6 of 6
United States of America et al v. FTL Electric, LLC et al
as 5:2015cv14374
Plaintiff: United States of America, Southeastern Electrical Distributors, Inc.
Defendant: FTL Electric, LLC, Seawolf Construction Corporation, American Safety Casualty Insurance Company and others
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America v. FTL Electric, LLC
as 5:2015cv12648
Plaintiff: United States of America, SimplexGrinnell, LP
Defendant: FTL Electric, LLC, Seawolf Construction Corp., American Safety Casualty Insurance Co.
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America et al v. BrooAlexa, LLC et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2014cv29074
Plaintiff: United States of America, TBI Investments, Inc.
Defendant: BrooAlexa, LLC, American Contractors Indemnity Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America et al v. KAR Contracting, LLC et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2014cv27451
Plaintiff: United States of America , Asphalt Contractors & Site Work, Inc.
Defendant: KAR Contracting, LLC , Great American Insurance Company
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America for the use of F.P.S. Building & Development, Inc. v. Preferred Builders Group, LLC
as 5:2014cv26073
Plaintiff: F.P.S. Building & Development, Inc. , United States of America for the use of F.P.S. Building & Development, Inc.
Defendant: Preferred Builders Group, LLC, Gray and Company, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Type: Contract Miller Act
United States of America et al v. A. L. King, Ltd. et al
as 2:1984cv02313
Plaintiff: United States of America , LYCO, Inc.
Defendant: A. L. King, Ltd. , United States Insurance Company , City of Nitro
Cause Of Action: Miller Act
Type: Contract Miller Act

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