Hogan v. UT Telecommunication Open Infr, et al

Plaintiff - Appellant: CHRIS HOGAN
Defendant - Appellee: UTAH TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPEN INFRASTRUCTURE AGENCY, AKA Utopia and TODD MARRIOTT, Executive Director of Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency
Case Number: 13-4069
Filed: May 2, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights Jobs

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May 7, 2014 Hogan v. UT Telecommunications Open

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Plaintiff - appellant: CHRIS HOGAN
Represented By: Steve S. Christensen
Represented By: Craig L. Pankratz
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Defendant - appellee: UTAH TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPEN INFRASTRUCTURE AGENCY, AKA Utopia
Represented By: Stephen W. Geary
Represented By: Adam M. Kaas
Represented By: Eric C. Olson
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Defendant - appellee: TODD MARRIOTT, Executive Director of Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency
Represented By: Stephen W. Geary
Represented By: Adam M. Kaas
Represented By: Eric C. Olson
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