Grand China Buffett & Grill v. State Auto Property & Casualty

Plaintiff - Appellant: GRAND CHINA BUFFETT & GRILL, INC. and QI FENG CHEN
Plaintiff - Appellee: SCOTT ULLOM
Defendant - Appellee: STATE AUTO PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
Case Number: 17-1721
Filed: June 14, 2017
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Insurance

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Plaintiff - appellant: GRAND CHINA BUFFETT & GRILL, INC.
Represented By: Daniel C. Cooper
Represented By: Jamison Hall Cooper
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Plaintiff - appellant: QI FENG CHEN
Represented By: Daniel C. Cooper
Represented By: Jamison Hall Cooper
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Plaintiff - appellee: SCOTT ULLOM
Represented By: Ronnie Lee Tucker
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Defendant - appellee: STATE AUTO PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
Represented By: Brent K. Kesner
Represented By: Tanya M. Kesner
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