Caffie v. Credit Acceptance Corporation et al

Defendant: Credit Acceptance Corporation, Jason Michael Katz and Jason Michael Katz, P.C.
Plaintiff: Nikia Caffie
Case Number: 0:2013cv00623
Filed: March 18, 2013
Court: Minnesota District Court
County: Ramsey
Presiding Judge: Susan Richard Nelson
Referring Judge: Franklin L. Noel
Nature of Suit: Consumer Credit

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Defendant: Credit Acceptance Corporation
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Defendant: Jason Michael Katz
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Plaintiff: Nikia Caffie
Represented By: Mark L Vavreck
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