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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; and the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt division. This information was provided by the district courts’ official online bulletin boards. U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Apotex Inc. v. Food and Drug Administration, et al. (No. 04-CV-0605, April 14) Assigned to Judge Ricardo Urbina. Injunction. Attorney for plaintiffs: Arthur Tsien, Olsson, Frank and Weeda, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendants: Peter Blumberg, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Washington, D.C.; Andrew Clark, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for movant: Charles Raubicheck, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, New York; Alexander Miller, Covington & Burling, Washington, D.C.; William Schultz, Zuckerman Spaeder, Washington, D.C. The Pressure Positive Co. v. Avon Products Inc. (No. 04-CV-0616, April 15) Assigned to Judge Reggie Walton. Patent infringement. Attorney for plaintiff: Conrad Clark, Clark & Brody, Washington, D.C. Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Insurance Co. v. Gilbert Hahn Jr., et al. (No. 04-CV-0640, April 21) Assigned to Judge John Bates. Declaratory judgment. Attorney for plaintiff: J. Jonathan Schraub, Sands Anderson Marks & Miller, McLean, Va. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. AT&T Corp. v. ePhone Telecom Inc. (No. 04-CV-0421, April 12) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Breach of contract. Demand: $350,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Lloyd III, McGuireWoods, McLean, Va. Mohammad Khorassanizadeh v. Soccer Pro Shop Inc., et al. (No. 04-CV-0440, April 14) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Fair Labor Standards Act. Demand: $20,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Christopher Rau, Law Offices of Christopher R. Rau, Arlington, Va. Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Co. v. Marshall Manor Inc., et al. (No. 04-CV-0449, April 19) Assigned to Judge Claude Hilton. Breach of contract. Demand: $6.5 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Leslie Heenan, Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, Washington, D.C. Imprimis International Inc. v. Robert Fraidenburgh (No. 04-CV-0454, April 20) Assigned to Judge Gerald Bruce Lee. Notice of removal (breach of contract). Demand: $117 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Stephen Bamberger, Woodbridge, Va. Attorney for defendant: Robert Dunn, Dunn Curcio & Keating, Alexandria, Va. S.W. Rogers Co. Inc. v. Bay Associates Environmental Inc., et al. (No. 04-CV-0460, April 21) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Miller Act. Demand: $137,000. Attorneys for plaintiff: Stephen Annino and Michael Pierce, Kasimer & Annino, Falls Church, Va. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. J.D. Long Masonry Inc. v. Jowett Inc., et al. (No. 04-CV-1135, April 12) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Miller Act. Demand: $30,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Christopher Korjus, Cowles Rinaldi Judkins and Korjus, Fairfax, Va. Attorney for defendants: Lawrence Prosen, Bell Boyd and Lloyd, Washington, D.C. Gladys Macauley v. Jonathan Lee, et al. (No. 04-CV-1198, April 16) Assigned to Judge Roger Titus. Personal injury. Attorney for plaintiff: David Fox, David E. Fox and Associates, Washington, D.C. Brian Bailey v. Sterling Jewelers Inc. (No. 04-CV-1210, April 16) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Petition for removal. Attorney for plaintiff: Leonard Koenick, Kivitz and Liptz, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Peter Isakoff, Weil Gotshal and Manges, Washington, D.C. Lawyers Title Insurance Corp. v. Chapel Mortgage Corp. (No. 04-CV-1225, April 19) Assigned to Judge Roger Titus. Declaratory judgment. Attorneys for plaintiff: Griffin Canada Jr. and Rachel McGuckian, Miles and Stockbridge, Rockville, Md. Amy Maldonado v. Guardednet Inc. (No. 04-CV-1256, April 22) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Breach of contract. Attorney for plaintiff: Marc Smith, Smith Lease and Goldstein, Rockville, Md. Attorneys for defendant: Scot Hinshaw, Hunton & Williams, Washington, D.C.; Robert Cruz, Morris Manning and Martin, Atlanta.

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