Kevcon, Inc. v. L.B. Contracting, LLC

Defendant: L.B. Contracting, LLC
Plaintiff: Kevcon, Inc.
Case Number: 3:2012cv02014
Filed: August 14, 2012
Court: California Southern District Court
Office: San Diego Office
County: San Diego
Presiding Judge: Roger T. Benitez
Referring Judge: Barbara Lynn Major
Nature of Suit: Negotiable Instrument
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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January 3, 2013 10 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: (1) Granting 3 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction; (2) Denying as Moot 4 Motion to Dismiss for Improper Venue, or in the Alternative to Transfer for Improper Venue. Signed by Judge Roger T. Benitez on 1/2/2013.(knb)

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Defendant: L.B. Contracting, LLC
Represented By: David W Smiley
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Plaintiff: Kevcon, Inc.
Represented By: William L Bruckner
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