Greene v. General Hospital Corp.

Plaintiff - Appellant: ROSS GREENE
Defendant - Appellee: J. STUART ABLON
Defendant: GENERAL HOSPITAL CORPORATION, a/k/a Massachusetts General Hospital and THE CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING INC.
Case Number: 13-2237
Filed: October 9, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Nature of Suit: Copyrights

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Plaintiff - appellant: ROSS GREENE
Represented By: Mark Stephen Resnick
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Defendant - appellee: J. STUART ABLON
Represented By: Jon C. Cowen
Represented By: Dustin F. Hecker
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Defendant: GENERAL HOSPITAL CORPORATION, a/k/a Massachusetts General Hospital
Represented By: Derek Domian
Represented By: Denis M. King
Represented By: Thomas J. Sartory
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Defendant: THE CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING INC.
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