Cases filed in the Fourth Circuit Courts
Duke Energy Progress, Inc. v. PCS Phosphate Company, Incorpo
as 13-1664
Plaintiff: DUKE ENERGY PROGRESS, INC., d/b/a Progress Energy Carolinas, Incorporated
Defendant - Appellant: PCS PHOSPHATE COMPANY, INCORPORATED
Defendant - Appellee: GEORGIA POWER COMPANY
Defendant: UNION ELECTRIC COMPANY, AMERICAN ELECTRIC CORPORATION, TOWN OF BLACKSTONE, VIRGINIA and others
Third Party Defendant: BARNES & POWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY, INC., TRINITY INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED, GEORGIA-PACIFIC, LLC and others
Duke Energy Progress, Inc. v. Consolidation Coal Company We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 13-1603
Plaintiff: DUKE ENERGY PROGRESS, INC., Progress Energy Carolinas, Incorporated
Defendant - Appellant: CONSOLIDATION COAL COMPANY
Defendant - Appellee: GEORGIA POWER COMPANY
Defendant: UNION ELECTRIC COMPANY, AMERICAN ELECTRIC CORPORATION, TOWN OF BLACKSTONE, VIRGINIA and others
Third Party Defendant: BARNES & POWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY, INC., TRINITY INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED, GEORGIA-PACIFIC, LLC and others
Consolidation Coal Company v. 3M Company, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2008cv00463
Defendant: Veolia Environmental Services Waste-to-Energy, Integrated Electrical Services, Inc., Duke Energy Progress, LLC and others
Consolidated Defendant: Johnson/Kerner Liaison Group
Special Master: David O Ledbetter
3Rd Party Defendant: The North Carolina Granite Corporation, FABRI-KAL Corporation, The National Lime and Stone Company and others
3Rd Party Plaintiff: PCS Phosphate Company, Inc.
Petitioner: United States Environmental Protection Agency
Cross Defendant: Electric Equipment Corporation of Virginia, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Huntington Ingalls Incorporated.
Cause Of Action: Federal Question

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