Johnson Milling Company LLC v. The Kansas City Southern Railway Company et al
|Plaintiff:||Johnson Milling Company LLC|
|Defendant:||The Kansas City Southern Railway Company and Doe Defendants 1-10|
|Filed:||February 1, 2023|
|Court:||US District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi|
|Presiding Judge:||F Keith Ball|
|Referring Judge:||Daniel P Jordan|
|Nature of Suit:||Personal Property: Other|
|Cause of Action:||28 U.S.C. § 1332 Diversity-Property Damage|
|Jury Demanded By:||Plaintiff|
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|Date Filed||Document Text|
|February 1, 2023||Filing 1 NOTICE OF REMOVAL by The Kansas City Southern Railway Company from Circuit Court of Hinds County, Mississippi, case number 22-27. (Filing fee $402 receipt number AMSSDC-5036964) If the complete state court record is not attached as an Exhibit to the Petition for Removal, pursuant to Rule L.U.Civ.R. 5(b): within 14 days removing party must electronically file the entire state court record as a single filing; and all parties shall, within fourteen days after the Case Management Conference, file as separate docket items any unresolved motions that were filed in state court which they wish to advance. (Attachments: #1 Exhibit A Complaint, #2 Exhibit B Ps Resp to Ints & RPDs, #3 Exhibit C Ps Supp Resp to Ints & RPDs, #4 Exhibit Exhibit D MS Sec of State Info KCSR, #5 Exhibit E Hinds County Landroll, #6 Exhibit F Service of Process Transmittal Sheet, #7 Civil Cover Sheet)(VM)|
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