Barna Conshipping, S.L. v. 2,000 Metric Tons, More or Les

Plaintiff - Appellant: BARNA CONSHIPPING, S.L.
Defendant - Appellee: 2,000 METRIC TONS, MORE OR LESS, OF ABANDONED STEEL, in rem and COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY, d/b/a CMC Dallas Trading, in personam
Case Number: 09-1817
Filed: July 21, 2009
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Marine Contract Actions

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February 10, 2011 Barna Conshipping, S.L. v. 2,000 Metric Tons, More or Les

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Plaintiff - appellant: BARNA CONSHIPPING, S.L.
Represented By: David Neil Ventker
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Defendant - appellee: 2,000 METRIC TONS, MORE OR LESS, OF ABANDONED STEEL, in rem
Represented By: George H. Bowles
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Defendant - appellee: COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY, d/b/a CMC Dallas Trading, in personam
Represented By: George H. Bowles
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