United States of America v. O'Donnell Construction Company et al

Defendant: Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company and O'Donnell Construction Company
Plaintiff: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Case Number: 8:2013cv00111
Filed: January 10, 2013
Court: Maryland District Court
Office: Greenbelt Office
County: 99999
Presiding Judge: Roger W Titus
Nature of Suit: Miller Act
Cause of Action: 40:3131
Jury Demanded By: None

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Defendant: Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company
Represented By: John Brian Cashmere
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Defendant: O'Donnell Construction Company
Represented By: John Brian Cashmere
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Plaintiff: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Represented By: Robert G Shuster
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