Georgia Contract Cases

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CareMinders Home Care, Inc. et al v. Platinum Home Care, Inc. et al
as 1:2013cv02363
Defendant: Eric C. Miller , Platinum Home Care, Inc.
Plaintiff: CareMinders, Inc. , CareMinders Home Care, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Type: Contract Franchise
Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC v. Patel et al
as 1:2013cv02255
Defendant: Mahendra K. Patel , Hema K. Patel
Plaintiff: Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC
Counter_claimant: Hema K. Patel , Mahendra K. Patel
Counter_defendant: Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC
Roh v. Cho
as 1:2013cv00984
Defendant: Seung Koo Cho
Plaintiff: Min Woo Roh
Huddle House, Inc. v. Sparta Enterprises, Inc. et al
as 1:2013cv00842
Plaintiff: Huddle House, Inc.
Defendant: Sparta Enterprises, Inc., Roger Stradley, Randall Roller
Foot Solutions, Inc. v. Fritzy Feet, LLC et al
as 1:2013cv00785
Defendant: Michael Ellafrits , Fritzy Feet, LLC
Plaintiff: Foot Solutions, Inc.
Georgia Commercial Vehicles, LLC v. Workhorse Sales Corp.
as 1:2013cv00348
Defendant: Workhorse Sales Corp.
Plaintiff: Georgia Commercial Vehicles, LLC
Cajun Global, LLC v. Masood
as 1:2013cv00245
Defendant: Tahir Masood
Plaintiff: Cajun Global, LLC
The HBH Franchise Company, LLC v. Family Traditions of FL, LLC et al
as 1:2012cv04206
Plaintiff: The HBH Franchise Company, LLC
Defendant: Family Traditions of FL, LLC, Ardian Nasufi, Janet Dunn and others
SPENCER FRANCHISE SERVICES OF GEORGIA INC v. WOW CAFE AND WINGERY FRANCHISING ACCOUNT LLC We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2012cv00470
Plaintiff: SPENCER FRANCHISE SERVICES OF GEORGIA INC
Defendant: WOW CAFE AND WINGERY FRANCHISING ACCOUNT LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Account Receivable
Cajun Global, LLC v. High Point LLC et al
as 1:2012cv03698
Defendant: Wasim Puri, High Point LLC, Mohammad F. Balaparya
Plaintiff: Cajun Global, LLC

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