Centier Bank v. Indiana Whiskey Company The et al

Plaintiff: Centier Bank
Defendant: Indiana Whiskey Company The and Charles W Florance , III
Case Number: 3:2017cv00763
Filed: October 11, 2017
Court: Indiana Northern District Court
Office: South Bend Office
County: St. Joseph
Presiding Judge: Philip P Simon
Referring Judge: Michael G Gotsch
Nature of Suit: Negotiable Instrument
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal- Negotiable Instrumen
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Plaintiff: Centier Bank
Represented By: James M Yannakopoulos
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Defendant: Indiana Whiskey Company The
Represented By: David A Wemhoff
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Defendant: Charles W Florance , III
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