RSA 1 Limited Partnership, et al v. Paramount Software Associate

Plaintiff - Appellant: RSA 1 Limited Partnership and Iowa RSA 2 Limited Partnership
Defendant - Appellee: Paramount Software Associates, Inc., doing business as Profressional Software of Amarillo
Case Number: 14-2947
Filed: August 20, 2014
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Contract Actions

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July 17, 2015 Summary RSA 1 Limited Partnership v. Paramount Software Associates

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Plaintiff - appellant: RSA 1 Limited Partnership
Represented By: Steven Lowell Nelson
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Plaintiff - appellant: Iowa RSA 2 Limited Partnership
Represented By: Steven Lowell Nelson
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Defendant - appellee: Paramount Software Associates, Inc., doing business as Profressional Software of Amarillo
Represented By: Elizabeth A. Chermel
Represented By: Stephen E. Doohen
Represented By: John G. Turner
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