Digital Generation, Inc. v. Boring
Plaintiff: Digital Generation, Inc.
Defendant: Steven A. Boring
Case Number: 2:2012cv15271
Filed: November 29, 2012
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
County: Wayne
Presiding Judge: Julian Abele Cook
Presiding Judge: Laurie J. Michelson
Nature of Suit: Arbitration

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August 20, 2013 Opinion or Order Filing 29 ORDER Adopting Report and Recommendation DENYING 26 Motion to Strike filed by Steven A. Boring, DENYING 11 Motion to Vacate filed by Steven A. Boring, 21 Report and Recommendation, GRANTING 5 Motion to confirm the arbitral award filed by Digital Generation, Inc. Signed by District Judge Julian Abele Cook. (KDoa)
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Plaintiff: Digital Generation, Inc.
Represented By: Bryan D. Marcus
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Defendant: Steven A. Boring
Represented By: Gary S. Fealk
Represented By: Robert M. Vercruysse
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