FirsTier Bank, Kimball v. FDIC

Plaintiff: FIRSTIER BANK, KIMBALL, NEBRASKA, a Nebraska bank
Consol Plaintiff - Appellant: ADAMS BANK & TRUST, a Nebraska bank
Defendant - Appellee: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, as receiver for FirsTier Bank, Louisville, Colorado, a Colorado bank in receivership
Case Number: 14-1021
Filed: January 15, 2014
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Banks and Banking
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Consol plaintiff - appellant: ADAMS BANK & TRUST, a Nebraska bank
Represented By: Thomas Olson Ashby
Represented By: Robert Bernard Reynolds
Represented By: Michael David Samuelson
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Plaintiff: FIRSTIER BANK, KIMBALL, NEBRASKA, a Nebraska bank
Represented By: Brian K. Matise
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Defendant - appellee: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, as receiver for FirsTier Bank, Louisville, Colorado, a Colorado bank in receivership
Represented By: Diana Fields
Represented By: Michael J. Repucci
Represented By: J. Scott Watson
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