McCrory v. Killough

Defendant: Bill C Killough
Plaintiff: Brett D McCrory
Case Number: 2:2013cv00988
Filed: April 12, 2013
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Charleston Office
County: Charleston
Referring Judge: Bruce Howe Hendricks
Presiding Judge: C Weston Houck
Nature of Suit: P.I.: Other
Cause of Action: 35:145 Patent Infringement
Jury Demanded By: Both

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March 11, 2014 29 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER RULING ON REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. The Court adopts Part I of 18 Report and Recommendation and Remands this case to the Charleston County Court of Common Pleas. The Court declines to address 10 Motion to Dismiss filed by Bill C Killough due to the remand of this case. Signed by Honorable C Weston Houck on 3/10/2014. (vdru, )

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Defendant: Bill C Killough
Represented By: John William Fletcher
Represented By: Morris Dawes Cooke, Jr
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