Fetterly v. Ruan Logistics Corporation

Plaintiff: Terry D. Fetterly
Defendant: Ruan Logistics Corporation
Case Number: 0:2012cv02617
Filed: October 12, 2012
Court: Minnesota District Court
County: Fillmore
Referring Judge: Jeffrey J. Keyes
Presiding Judge: Paul A. Magnuson
Nature of Suit: Personal Property: Other

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November 25, 2013 32 Opinion or Order of the Court Memorandum and Order Denying Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment 20 ; Granting Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment 14 ; and Dismissing with Prejudice the Complaint. LET JUDGMENT BE ENTERED ACCORDINGLY. (Written Opinion). Signed by The Hon. Paul A. Magnuson on 11/25/2013. (LLM)

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