A judge from the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland last week denied a Florida global development company’s motion for a transfer of venue from Maryland to an Indiana federal court under interests in judicial efficiency and public interest.

In this civil action, FedEx Trader Networks Transport & Brokerage, a nonvessel operating common carrier and ocean freight forwarder, alleged that Airboss failed and refused to pay the freight, detention, damage and other fees pertaining to the shipment and detention of containers of its nitrile rubber gloves. It also alleged that the U.S. government issued a withhold release order for 202 containers of Airboss’ rubber gloves from the port.

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