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Orwig's Livestock Supplements, Inc., et al. v. Orwig

Docket No. 20170455
Oral Argument: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 1:30 PM

Docket Info

Title
Orwig's Livestock Supplements, Inc.,
Orwig's Tubs International Inc., and
MVP Transport, Inc., Plaintiffs and Appellees
v.
Mary C. "Marcy" Orwig, Defendant, Third-Party Plaintiff, and Appellant
v.
Steven Orwig, Third-Party Defendant and Appellee
Case Type
CIVIL APPEAL : OTHER (Civil)
Appeal From
Case No. 2016-CV-00068
Southeast Judicial District, Dickey County
Cherie LaVonne Clark
2019 ND 78924 N.W.2d 421
Oral Argument 12/18/2018

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Briefs

Filing Date Description

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLEE PRIVATE PRACTICE Ashley K. Champ - 07987
APPELLANT PRIVATE PRACTICE Jonathan T. Garaas - 03080
APPELLEE PRIVATE PRACTICE Michael Thomas Andrews - 05516

(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 12/22/2017 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 12/22/2017
2 12/22/2017 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT : 12/26/2017
3 12/22/2017 This case is consolidated w/ 20170454 Make all entries except ROA, DIS, & MAN in 20170454
4 12/26/2017 NOT. OF FILING NOT. OF APPEAL AND PROOF OF SERV.
5 12/26/2017 Notice served on Jonathan T. Garaas & Michael T. Andrews
6 01/18/2018 ELEC. RECORD ON APPEAL DATED JANUARY 18, 2018 (ENTRY NOS.1-206)
7 04/06/2018 ANNOUNCED DISQUALIFICATION : Crothers, Daniel John
8 05/31/2018 SITTING WITH THE COURT : Kapsner, Carol Ronning
9 03/14/2019 DISPOSITION (Dismissed In Part, Affirmed In Part, Reversed In Part, and Remanded)
10 04/30/2019 MANDATE

 


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