GMRI, Inc. v. Independence Bank of Georgia
Plaintiff - Appellant: GMRI, INC., a Florida corporation
Defendant - Appellee: INDEPENDENCE BANK OF GEORGIA, a Georgia bank
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Case Number: 16-16851
Filed: October 28, 2016
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Banks and Banking
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Plaintiff - appellant: GMRI, INC., a Florida corporation
Represented By: Brian W. Bennett
Represented By: Brett Alan Marlowe
Represented By: Henry M. Quillian
Represented By: Nicholas A. Shannin
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Defendant - appellee: INDEPENDENCE BANK OF GEORGIA, a Georgia bank
Represented By: John Patrick O'Brien
Represented By: Jeremy B. Ross
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Represented By: Mark Benson Carter
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