In re: Fiduciary Trust International v. Tower Park Properties, LLC

Debtor,: In re: TOWER PARK PROPERTIES, LLC
Appellant,: FIDUCIARY TRUST INTERNATIONAL OF CALIFORNIA, Trustee ad litem of the Mark Hughes Family Trust dated September 3, 1987
Appellee,: TOWER PARK PROPERTIES, LLC, Reorganized Debtor
Case Number: 16-56092
Filed: August 1, 2016
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Appeals Rule 28 USC 158

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November 27, 2017 FIDUCIARY TRUST INT'L OF CAL. V. TOWER PARK PROPERTIES

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Appellant,: FIDUCIARY TRUST INTERNATIONAL OF CALIFORNIA, Trustee ad litem of the Mark Hughes Family Trust dated September 3, 1987
Represented By: Richard D. Cleary
Represented By: William Shafton
Represented By: Rolf Stewart Woolner
Represented By: Linda T. Coberly
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Appellee,: TOWER PARK PROPERTIES, LLC, Reorganized Debtor
Represented By: Jeremy V. Richards
Represented By: Dean A. Ziehl
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