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The following selected cases were recently filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and in Greenbelt, Md. This information was provided by the courts’ official online bulletin boards. U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA NGSDatacom Inc. v. Gemini Associates Inc. (No. 03-CV-242, March 3) Assigned to Judge James Cacheris. Breach of contract. Demand: $299,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Madigan, Madigan & Scott, Springfield, Va. Stephanie York v. Food Lion LLC, et al. (No. 03-CV-245, March 3) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Personal injury. Demand: $500,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Kevin Locklin, Manassas, Va. Robyn Fairshter v. American National Red Cross, et al. (No. 03-CV-246, March 3) Assigned to Judge Gerald Bruce Lee. Notice of removal (personal injury). Demand: $3 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Michael Barnsback, DiMuro Ginsberg & Mook, Alexandria, Va. Attorney for defendants: Richard Jordan, Hamilton and Hamilton, Washington, D.C. Miriam Sells v. Koninklijke Ahold N.V., et al. (No. 03-CV-259, March 4) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Securities Exchange Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Conor Crowley, Finkelstein Thompson & Loughran, Washington, D.C. Witness System Inc. v. John Does 1-10 (No. 03-CV-261, March 4) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Abid Qureshi, Latham & Watkins, Washington, D.C. Linda K. Lovell v. BBNT Solutions LLC, et al. (No. 03-CV-271, March 4) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Job discrimination (sex). Demand: $300,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Ellen Renaud, Swick & Shapiro, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Clarence M. Davenport Jr., et al. v. Sears, Roebuck and Co. (No. 03-CV-539, Feb. 27) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Personal injury. Demand: $50,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Joyce Notarius, Cadeaux and Taglieri, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendant: Matthew Angotti, Anderson Coe and King, Baltimore; Wilson K. Barnes III, Baltimore. Frank Riddel v. The Home Depot USA (No. 03-CV-547, Feb. 28) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Petition for removal (tort/motor vehicle). Demand: $500,000. Attorney for plaintiff: John Racin, Weissbrodt Racin and Mielke, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendant: Matthew Angotti, Anderson Coe and King, Baltimore; Edwin Keating III, Baltimore. Chris Watson, et al. v. Iverson Mall (No. 03-CV-579, March 3) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Civil Rights Act. Attorneys for plaintiffs: Joel Zuckerman, Korn and Sussman, Rockville, Md.; Gregory Schwartz, Schwartz Zweben and Associates, Hollywood, Fla. Yvonne Whichard, et al. v. Specialty Restaurants Corp. (No. 03-CV-597, March 4) Assigned to Judge Deborah Chasanow. Petition for removal (libel, assault, slander). Attorney for plaintiffs: Patrick Christmas, Patrick J. Christmas and Associates, Silver Spring, Md. Attorney for defendant: Edward Lopata, Tydings and Rosenberg, Baltimore. CTI/DC Inc. v. Selective Insurance Co. of America, et al. (No. 03-CV-599, March 4) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Breach of contract. Demand: $120,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Stephen Annino, Kasimer and Annino, Falls Church, Va. John O’Bannon, et al. v. Friedman’s Inc. (No. 03-CV-623, March 6) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Civil Rights Act. Attorneys for plaintiff: Morris Baller and Laura Ho, Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen and Dardarian, Oakland, Calif.; Daniel Edelman, Yablonski Both and Edelman, Washington, D.C.; Keenan Nix, Nix and Graddock, Decatur, Ga. Carolyn Gordon v. The Hartford Fidelity and Bonding Co., et al. (No. 03-CV-632, March 6) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Declaratory judgment. Demand: $8 million. Attorney for plaintiff: JoAnn Myles, Law Office of JoAnn P. Myles, Largo, Md. Attorneys for defendants: Robert Cohen and Douglas Nazarian, Hogan & Hartson, Baltimore; James Ruggeri, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, D.C. ACLU Student Chapter, University of Maryland, College Park v. C.D. Mote Jr. (No. 03-CV-636, March 6) Assigned to Judge Deborah Chasanow. Personal injury. Attorneys for plaintiffs: Anthony Epstein, Steptoe and Johnson, Washington, D.C.; David Rocah, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, Baltimore.

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