In Re: The Complaint and Petition of Mark A. Netherly
Petitioner: Mark A. Netherly
Claimant: All Claimants and Harry Chessher
Case Number: 1:2015cv00242
Filed: June 24, 2015
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
Office: Beaumont Office
County: Orange
Presiding Judge: Ron Clark
Nature of Suit: Marine
Cause of Action: 28:1333
Jury Demanded By: Defendant
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Petitioner: Mark A. Netherly
Represented By: Kevin Troy Dossett
Represented By: Frank Anthony Piccolo
Represented By: David Lacy Pybus
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Claimant: All Claimants
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Claimant: Harry Chessher
Represented By: Cody Blake Rees
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