Nichols v. Gordon

Plaintiff: Johnny A. Nichols
Defendant: John E. Gordon
Case Number: 5:2012cv04098
Filed: August 21, 2012
Court: Kansas District Court
Office: Topeka Office
County: Jefferson
Referring Judge: Kenneth G. Gale
Presiding Judge: Carlos Murguia
Nature of Suit: Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
Cause of Action: 29:1001
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
December 3, 2012 14 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting 6 Motion to Remand; taking no position on 10 Motion to Amend Complaint. Signed by Senior District Judge Richard D. Rogers on 12/3/2012. (mb)

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Plaintiff: Johnny A. Nichols
Represented By: Brian M. Jacques
Represented By: Aaron R. Bailey
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Defendant: John E. Gordon
Represented By: Arthur E. Palmer
Represented By: Richard J. Raimond
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