District of Utah Bankruptcy Cases

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Cannon v. Wells Fargo Bank et al
as 2:2015cv00304
Appellant: Christopher Black Cannon
Appellee: Wells Fargo Bank , Office of Chapter 13 Trustee
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Cannon v. Wells Fargo Bank et al
as 2:2015cv00303
Appellant: Christopher Black Cannon
Appellee: Wells Fargo Bank , Office of Chapter 13 Trustee
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Jubber v. Standard Industries et al
as 2:2015cv00308
Appellant: Gary E. Jubber
Appellee: Standard Industries , Attco Trucking , Coalt and others
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Standard Industries v. Jubber
as 2:2015cv00268
Appellant: Standard Industries
Appellee: Gary E. Jubber
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Type: Bankruptcy Appeal
Russell v. Gillman
as 2:2015cv00167
Appellant: Christopher Russell
Appellee: Duane H. Gillman
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Type: Bankruptcy Appeal
Rupp v. Pearson
as 2:2015cv00122
Appellant: Stephen W. Rupp
Appellee: Teresa Lynn Pearson
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Type: Bankruptcy Appeal
Delvar v. Jubber et al
as 2:2015cv00106
Appellant: Patrick Delvar
Appellee: Gary E. Jubber , Jeff Metler
Cause Of Action: Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order
Type: Bankruptcy Appeal
Strong v. Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler et al
as 2:2015cv00085
Petitioner: Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler , Adam S. Affleck
Respondent: D. Ray Strong
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Strong v. Green
as 2:2015cv00056
Petitioner: Keith Green
Respondent: D. Ray Strong
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
Strong v. Grundy
as 2:2015cv00055
Petitioner: William Grundy
Respondent: D. Ray Strong
Counter_claimant: William Grundy
Counter_defendant: D. Ray Strong
Cause Of Action: Motion for Withdrawal of Reference
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