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The following selected cases were recently filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia; the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria division; the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt division; and D.C. Superior Court. This information was provided by the district courts’ official online bulletin boards. U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Debbie Morgan v. First United Financial Group LLC, et al. (No. 03-CV-1828, Sept. 2) Assigned to Judge Richard Roberts. Breach of contract. Attorney for plaintiff: David Saltzman, Saltzman & Evinch, Washington, D.C. Robert Carroll v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Inc. (No. 03-CV-1837, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Henry Kennedy. Truth in lending. Attorney for plaintiff: James Sugarman, Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: David Goewey, Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti, Washington, D.C. Brenda Manning v. Eli Lilly & Co. (No. 03-CV-1845, Sept. 4) Assigned to Judge Gladys Kessler. Product liability. Demand: $11 million. Attorneys for plaintiff: Aaron Levine, Brandon Levine, Steven Lewis, and Renee Robinson-Meyer, Aaron M. Levine & Associates, Washington, D.C. American Teleservices Association v. Federal Communications Commission (No. 03-CV-1848, Sept. 4) Assigned to Judge Richard Leon. Freedom of Information Act. Demand: $5,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Corn-Revere, Davis Wright Tremaine, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Uldrich Fiore Jr., U.S. Attorney’s Office, Washington, D.C. C&E Services of Washington Inc., et al. v. Ashland Inc. (No. 03-CV-1857, Sept. 5) Assigned to Judge Rosemary Collyer. Freedom of Information Act. Demand: $5,000. Attorney for plaintiffs: Daniel Marino, Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Peter White, Hunton & Williams, McLean, Va. Brian Mastro v. Pepco (No. 03-CV-1865, Sept. 5) Assigned to Judge Rosemary Collyer. Job discrimination (employemnt). Demand: $1 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Joseph Gebhardt, Joseph Gebhardt & Associates, Washington, D.C. Simon Encarnacion v. Steven Cymrot, et al. (No. 03-CV-1868, Sept. 5) Assigned to Judge Henry Kennedy. Denial of overtime compensation. Demand: $751,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Philip Zipin, Zipin, Melehy & Driscoll, Silver Spring, Md. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. Geraldine Hoffman v. Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority, et al. (No. 03-CV-1117, Sept. 2) Assigned to Judge Claude Hilton. Personal injury. Demand: $150,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Daniel Henry, Falls Church, Va. Attorneys for defendants: William Schroeder, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, Washington, D.C.; Robert Ross, Fairfax, Va. Charles Roberts v. Deutsche Post Global Mail Ltd. (No. 03-CV-1123, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Personal injury. Demand: $3 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Jack Gould, Fairfax, Va. Attorney for defendant: Teresa Wright, Jackson Lewis, Vienna, Va. American Automobile Association Inc. v. AAAVACTIONS.COM (No. 03-CV-1124, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Trademark infringement (Lanham Act). Attorney for plaintiff: Alec Rosenberg, Covington & Burling, Washington, D.C. William Lee, et al. v. Concert Technologies Inc. (No. 03-CV-1132, Sept. 4) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Fair Labor Standards Act. Attorney for plaintiffs: Michael Deeds, Kestell & Associates, Washington, D.C. John Hemmer v. Bearingpoint Inc., et al. (No. 03-CV-1137, Sept. 5) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Securities Exchange Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Joshua Devore, Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll, Washington, D.C. Corsec Security Inc. v. Alexander Henefield III, et al. (No. 03-CV-1142, Sept. 8) Assigned to Judge Claude Hilton. Antitrust. Demand: $1 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Joy Hodge, Morris A. Nunes, Attorney, Falls Church, Va. Leadsoft Inc. v. Knowledgemax Inc., et al. (No. 03-CV-1143, Sept. 8) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Copyright infringement. Attorney for plaintiff: Matthew Anzaldi, Shaw Pittman, Washington, D.C. Kforce Inc. v. Allison Busby (No. 03-CV-1144, Sept. 8) Assigned to Judge Claude Hilton. Breach of contract. Demand: $75,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Peter Susser, Littler Mendelson, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Shanella Royal v. National Railroad Passenger Corp., et al. (No. 03-CV-2538, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Personal injury. Demand: $5 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Steven Weisbaum, Weisbaum Law Firm, Washington, D.C. George Simonson v. Microsoft Corp. (No. 03-CV-2546, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Deborah Chasanow. Petition for removal (personal injury). Attorney for plaintiff: Joseph D’Erasmo, D’Erasmo and Ai, Rockville, Md. Attorneys for defendant: Lynn Calkins, Holland & Knight, Washington, D.C.; Charles Casper and Jeremy Mishkin, Montgomery McCracken Walker and Rhoads, Philadelphia. Ang Nguyen v. Jo Anne Barnhart (No. 03-CV-2551, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Review of HHS decision. Attorney for plaintiff: Stephen Shea, Elkind and Shea, Silver Spring, Md. Herbert Smith v. Accor North America Inc. (No. 03-CV-2551, Sept. 3) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Review of HHS decision. Attorney for plaintiff: Mark Chalpin, Law Offices of Mark Chalpin, Silver Spring, Md. Attorneys for defendant: Marc Levine, Law Office of Marc Levine, Bethesda, Md.; Eric Welter, Welter Law Firm, Herndon, Va. The Bureau of National Affairs v. Jacqueline Blanchard (No. 03-CV-2559, Sept. 4) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Declaratory judgment. Attorneys for plaintiffs: Deborah Israel and Daniel Malasky, Piper Rudnick, Washington, D.C. Shamar Carson, et al. v. Shoppers Food Warehouse (No. 03-CV-2615, Sept. 10) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Civil rights. Attorney for plaintiffs: Bernard Corbett, Alexandria, Va. Universal City Studios Inc. v. Mid-Atlantic Sportwear LLC, et al. (No. 03-CV-2616, Sept. 10) Assigned to Judge Marvin Garbis. Trademark infringement (Lanham Act). Attorney for plaintiff: Michael Hays, Dow Lohnes and Albertson, Washington, D.C.

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