RC Smithfield v. United States
Plaintiff: RC SMITHFIELD, LLC
Defendant: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Case Number: 24-4057
Filed: May 28, 2024
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Real Property Actions
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Date Filed Document Text
May 29, 2024 [11093771] Civil case docketed. Preliminary record filed. DATE RECEIVED: 05/28/2024 Docketing statement, transcript order form, disclosure statement and notice of appearance due 06/12/2024 for RC Smithfield, LLC. Notice of appearance due on 06/12/2024 for United States of America. [24-4057] [Entered: 05/29/2024 01:00 PM]

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Plaintiff: RC SMITHFIELD, LLC
Represented By: Michael D. Black
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Defendant: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Represented By: Lolita De Palma
Represented By: Cassondra Koven
Represented By: Alexander Stevko I
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