Thank you for your question and for asking for me.
You would have to sue in the jurisdiction where the defendant is located as that is the court with the jurisdiction over them. It would be brought in the Superior Court in Whitley County if that is where the corporation
is physically located.
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You would be looking for a corporate law attorney to pursue this type of case and you may have to look in some of the larger cities close by to find one who has the knowledge to take this on.
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