Yates v. Colvin

Plaintiff: Martha L. Yates
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Case Number: 7:2016cv00352
Filed: October 18, 2016
Court: North Carolina Eastern District Court
Office: Southern Division Office
County: BRUNSWICK
Presiding Judge: Louise Wood Flanagan
Nature of Suit: Disability Insurance
Cause of Action: 42:402
Jury Demanded By: None

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November 20, 2017 27 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 24 Motion for Attorney Fees. Counsel is reminded to read the order in its entirety for critical deadlines and information. Signed by District Judge Louise Wood Flanagan on 11/20/2017. (Collins, S.)
August 24, 2017 23 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT - Signed by Peter A. Moore, Jr., Clerk of Court on 8/24/2017. (Tripp, S.)

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Plaintiff: Martha L. Yates
Represented By: Laurie Lynn Janus
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