Johnson v. E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Company

Plaintiff: Marilyn Johnson
Defendant: E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Company
Case Number: 0:2011cv02323
Filed: August 12, 2011
Court: Minnesota District Court
Office: DMN Office
County: Washington
Referring Judge: Arthur J. Boylan
Presiding Judge: Richard H. Kyle
Nature of Suit: Property Damage Product Liability
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: Marilyn Johnson
Represented By: Timothy J Becker
Represented By: Richard-NA J Arsennault
Represented By: Jordan-NA L Chaikin
Represented By: John R Climaco
Represented By: Jennifer-NA M. Hoekstra
Represented By: Michael K Johnson
Represented By: Adam-NA J. Levitt
Represented By: Jerrold-NA S. Parker
Represented By: John A Peca
Represented By: John-NA E Tangren
Represented By: Patrick G Warner
Represented By: John -NA Randall Whaley
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Defendant: E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Company
Represented By: Carolyn Frantz
Represented By: Dana M Lenahan
Represented By: Eric R Olson
Represented By: Tracy J Van Steenburgh
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