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ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Bowers, et al
as 12-4062
Plaintiff - Appellee: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC., a Utah corporation
Defendant - Appellant: LONNY BOWERS
Defendant: ANDREW CHIANG, JUN YANG, WIDEBAND SOLUTIONS, INC., a Massachusetts corporation and others
ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Bowers, et al
as 12-4037
Plaintiff - Appellee: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC., a Utah corporation
Interested Party - Appellant: DONALD BOWERS
Defendant: ANDREW CHIANG, JUN YANG, LONNY BOWERS and others
ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Flood
as 12-4032
Petitioner: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC., a Utah Corporation
Respondent: FRANCES M. FLOOD
ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Bowers (Donny), et al
as 12-4004
Plaintiff - Appellee: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC., a Utah corporation
Interested Party - Appellant: DONALD BOWERS
Defendant: ANDREW CHIANG, JUN YANG, LONNY BOWERS and others
ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Bower We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 11-4163
Plaintiff - Appellant: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
Defendant - Appellee: LONNY BOWERS
ClearOne Comm Inc. v. Chiang
as 11-3339
Plaintiff - Appellee: ClearOne Comm Inc.
Defendant: Andrew Chiang, Jun Yang, Wideband Solutions Inc. and others
Defendant - Appellant: Lonny Bowers
ClearOne Communications v. GN U.S. et al
as 2:2011cv00695
Plaintiff: ClearOne Communications
Defendant: GN U.S., GN Netcom A/S
Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement
ClearOne Communications, Inc. v. Bowers (Donald) We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-4196
Plaintiff - Appellee: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC., a Utah corporation
:
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 2:2010cv14258
Defendant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Plaintiff: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Cause Of Action: Fair Credit Reporting Act
In re: Lonny Bower
as 10-4169
Petitioner: LONNY BOWERS
Respondent: CLEARONE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

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