U.S. Bank, National Association v. Duong et al

Appellant: U.S. Bank, National Association
Appellee: Thin T. Duong and Sang T. Pham
Case Number: 1:2011cv01673
Filed: August 11, 2011
Court: Ohio Northern District Court
Office: Cleveland Office
County: Cuyahoga
Presiding Judge: Solomon Oliver
Nature of Suit: Appeal
Cause of Action: 28:0158
Jury Demanded By: None

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Appellant: U.S. Bank, National Association
Represented By: Barbara Friedman Yaksic
Represented By: James S. Wertheim
Represented By: Candice L. Musiek
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Appellee: Thin T. Duong
Represented By: Jonathan I. Krainess
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Appellee: Sang T. Pham
Represented By: Jonathan I. Krainess
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