Experi-Metal Inc v. Comerica Bank
RESPONSE to 13 Amended MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Experi-Metal Inc. (Attachments: # 1 Index of Exhibits Index of Exhibits, # 2 Exhibit Affidavit of Valiena Allison, # 3 Exhibit Declaration of Lance James, # 4 Exhibit Wire Transfer Authorization, # 5 Exhibit Affidavit of Keith Maslowski, # 6 Exhibit Comerica Emails to Experi-Metal, # 7 Exhibit Unsolicited Email from Comerica) (Tomlinson, Richard)
MIED (Rev. 5/05) Statement of Disclosure of Corporate Affiliations and Financial Interest
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
Plaintiff(s), v. Comerica Bank, a foreign banking corporation Defendant(s). /
Case No. 2:09-cv-14890-PJD-PJK Judge Patrick J. Duggan Magistrate Judge Paul J. Komives
OF CORPORATE AFFILIATIONS AND FINANCIAL INTEREST
Pursuant to E. D. Mich. LR 83.4, Comerica Bank
[Name of Party]
AMENDED STATEMENT OF DISCLOSURE
makes the following disclosure: (NOTE: A negative report, if appropriate, is required.)
Is said corporate party a subsidiary or affiliate of a publicly owned corporation?
Yes " X
If the answer is yes, list below the identity of the parent corporation or affiliate and the relationship between it and the named party.
Comerica, Incorporated Parent Corporation/Affiliate Name: Relationship with Named Party: Comerica Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Comerica Incorporated
2. Is there a publicly owned corporation or its affiliate, not a party to the case, that has a substantial financial interest in the outcome of the litigation? Yes "
$ No "
If the answer is yes, list the identity of such corporation or affiliate and the nature of the financial interest. Parent Corporation/Affiliate Name: Nature of Financial Interest:
Date: April 20, 2010
s/Lara Lenzotti Kapalla
150 W. Jefferson, Ste. 2500
Detroit, Michigan 48226
City, State, Zip Code
Primary Email Address
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