Yale South Corporation v. Eclipse Services, Inc.

Plaintiff: Yale South Corporation
Defendant: Eclipse Services, Inc.
Case Number: 4:2010cv00337
Filed: May 27, 2010
Court: Oklahoma Northern District Court
Office: Tulsa Office
County: Tulsa
Presiding Judge: Claire V Eagan
Nature of Suit: Stockholders Suits
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
July 19, 2010 15 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER by Chief Judge Claire V Eagan defendant's Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs First Cause of Action (Dkt. # 6) is granted, and plaintiff's claim for inspection of Eclipses books and records is dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. ; granting 6 Motion to Dismiss (Re: State Court Petition/Complaint ) (RGG, Chambers)

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Plaintiff: Yale South Corporation
Represented By: Rodney Alan Edwards
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Defendant: Eclipse Services, Inc.
Represented By: Sarah Goss Powers
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