Henderson et al v. Intel Corporation

Plaintiff: Joseph Henderson and Matthew Maniskas
Defendant: Intel Corporation
Case Number: OR/3:18-cv-00413
Filed: March 12, 2018
Court: Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation
Nature of Suit: Other

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Defendant: Intel Corporation
Represented By: Rachel C. Lee
Represented By: Rachel Shanahan Rodman
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Plaintiff: Joseph Henderson
Represented By: Joseph C Bourne
Represented By: Daniel E Gustafson
Represented By: Daniel C. Hedlund
Represented By: Eric S Taubel
Represented By: Young W. Walgenkim
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Plaintiff: Matthew Maniskas
Represented By: Joseph C Bourne
Represented By: Daniel E Gustafson
Represented By: Daniel C. Hedlund
Represented By: Eric S Taubel
Represented By: Young W. Walgenkim
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