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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 District of Maryland, Greenbelt division; and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria division. This information was provided by the district courts’ official online bulletin boards. U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Newmarket Global Consulting Group LLC v. Abraham, et al. (No. 04-CV-0974, June 15) Assigned to Judge John Bates. Fraud. Demand: $5 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Benjamin Chew, Patton Boggs, Washington, D.C. Albin v. Eli Lilly and Co., et al. (No. 04-CV-0986, June 16) Assigned to Judge Reggie Walton. Product liability. Demand: $2 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Aaron Levine, Aaron M. Levine & Associates, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendants: John Anderson, Troutman Sanders, McLean, Va.; Abbie Fuchs, Harris Beach, New York; Michael Jones, Kirkland & Ellis, Washington, D.C., Sidney Leech, Goodell, Devries, Leech & Dann, Baltimore; Lawrence Martin, Foley Hoag, Washington, D.C.; and Michael McManus, Drinker Biddle & Reath, Washington, D.C. Garner v. Xerox Corp., et al. (No. 04-CV-0998, June 18) Assigned to Judge Paul Friedman. Motor vehicle liability. Demand: $2 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Jodi Blecker, Chevy Chase, Md. Aguehounde, et al. v. National Wholesale Liquidators of West Hempstead Inc. (No. 04-CV-0999, June 18) Assigned to Judge Emmet Sullivan. Violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. Attorney for plaintiffs: A. Neal Barkus, Hunton & Williams, Washington, D.C. Indian Path Medical Center, et al. v. Thompson (No. 04-CV-1000, June 18) Assigned to Judge Henry Kennedy. Denial of services (EMTALA). Attorney for plaintiffs: Jacqueline Bennett, Reed Smith, Washington, D.C. Hamsah Investments Ltd. v. Republic of Nicaragua, et al. (No. 04-CV-1012, June 21) Assigned to Judge Richard Leon. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. Demand: $11.6 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Kevin Lombardi, Debevoise & Plimpton, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendants: Paul Mussenden, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Seidel v. Winchester Homes, Inc. (No. 04-CV-1958, June 23) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Fair Labor Standards Act. Attorneys for plaintiff: Richard Gins, Gins and Greenfeld, Washington, D.C.; and Donna Rismiller and Jeffrey Schwaber, Stein Sperling Bennett DeJong Driscoll and Greenfeig, Rockville, Md. Attorney for defendant: Jonathan Topazian, Semmes Bowen and Semmes, Washington, D.C. Whitaker Brothers Business Machines Inc. v. Eckerd Corp. (No. 04-CV-1965, June 24) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Breach of contract. Demand: $283,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Geoffrey Gavett, Gavett and Datt, Rockville, Md. Robinson v. Montgomery Community College (No. 04-CV-1980, June 25) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Job discrimination (sex). Demand: $300,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Bruce Bender, Van Grack Axelson Williamowsky Bender and Fishman, Rockville, Md. Attorneys for defendant: Joann Robertson and Patricia Via, Office of the County Attorney for Montgomery County, Rockville, Md. Foster v. Regis Corp. (No. 04-CV-1994, June 25) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Family and Medical Leave Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Alan Lescht, Alan Lescht and Associates, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Christopher Weals, Seyfarth Shaw, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. Ballet Petite Inc. v. Lewis (No. 04-CV-690, June 18) Assigned to Judge James Cacheris. Misappropriation of trade secrets. Demand: $75,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Cox, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Craig Reilly, Richards McGettigan Reilly & West, Alexandria, Va. Garcia, et al. v. Cozad (No. 04-CV-704, June 21) Assigned to Judge Gerald Lee. Fair Labor Standards Act. Attorney for plaintiffs: James Knoepp, Virginia Justice Center, Falls Church, Va. Rechargeable Battery v. TKJM Service Inc., et al. (No. 04-CV-711, June 22) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Trademark infringement. Demand: $3,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Tracy Heinzman Smith, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, Washington, D.C.

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