Deas v. Prudential Insurance Company Of America

Plaintiff: Cheryl Deas
Defendant: Prudential Insurance Company Of America
Case Number: 2:2017cv03016
Filed: November 7, 2017
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Charleston Office
County: Dorchester
Presiding Judge: David C Norton
Nature of Suit: Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
Cause of Action: 29:1132
Jury Demanded By: None

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April 26, 2018 18 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting in part 7 Motion to Dismiss and dismissing the case without prejudice. Signed by Honorable David C Norton on April 26, 2018.(cban, )

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Plaintiff: Cheryl Deas
Represented By: Melissa Leila Louzri
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Defendant: Prudential Insurance Company Of America
Represented By: James Derrick Quattlebaum
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