Interocean American Shipping Corp. et al v. Diamond State Port Corporation

Plaintiff: Interocean American Shipping Corp. and American Roll-On-Roll-Off Carrier LLC
Defendant: Diamond State Port Corporation
Case Number: 1:2010cv00203
Filed: March 12, 2010
Court: Delaware District Court
Office: Wilmington Office
Presiding Judge: Unassigned Judge
Referring Judge: Leonard P. Stark
Nature of Suit: Personal Property: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1333 Admiralty
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Interocean American Shipping Corp.
Represented By: Michael B. McCauley
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Plaintiff: American Roll-On-Roll-Off Carrier LLC
Represented By: Michael B. McCauley
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