Kaiser v. Fed Ex Cargo Claims Dept

Plaintiff: Duane Kaiser
Defendant: Fed Ex Cargo Claims Dept
Case Number: 0:2017cv01716
Filed: May 23, 2017
Court: Minnesota District Court
Office: DMN Office
County: Beltrami
Referring Judge: Leo I. Brisbois
Presiding Judge: John R. Tunheim
Nature of Suit: Commercial/ICC Rates/etc.
Cause of Action: 49:14706
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Date Filed#Document Text
October 6, 2017 26 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS granting 12 Motion to Remand to State Court filed by Duane Kaiser, and finding as moot 6 Motion to Dismiss/General filed by Fed Ex Cargo Claims Dept (Written Opinion). Signed by Chief Judge John R. Tunheim on October 6, 2017. (HAZ)

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Plaintiff: Duane Kaiser
Represented By: S Steven Prince
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Defendant: Fed Ex Cargo Claims Dept
Represented By: Lauren Allison D'Cruz
Represented By: Brian A Wood
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