Philko v. Set Seg Insurance Services Agency, Inc.

Plaintiff: Nick Philko
Defendant: Set Seg Insurance Services Agency, Inc.
Case Number: 2:2013cv11485
Filed: April 2, 2013
Court: Michigan Eastern District Court
County: Oakland
Referring Judge: Paul J. Komives
Presiding Judge: Arthur J. Tarnow
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Americans with Disabilities - Other

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Date Filed#Document Text
July 20, 2016 121 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER Overruling 116 Objection filed by Nick Philko, Overruling 117 Objection filed by Set Seg Insurance Services Agency, Inc. and Providing Requested Clarification Signed by District Judge Arthur J. Tarnow. (MLan)

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Plaintiff: Nick Philko
Represented By: Donald A. Van Suilichem
Represented By: Kelly A. Van Suilichem
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Defendant: Set Seg Insurance Services Agency, Inc.
Represented By: Timothy J. Mullins
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