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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 Fogale Nanotech v. Aber Instruments Ltd. (No. 04-CV-1658, Sept. 28) Assigned to Judge Richard Roberts. Patent infringement. Attorneys for plaintiff: Michael Piziali and Douglas Rigler, Young & Thompson, Arlington, Va. Attorneys for defendant: Sheri Gordon and Jeffry Nelson, Nixon & Vanderhye, Arlington, Va.; Alan Freeman, Blank Rome, Washington, D.C. Horace Collins v. Department of the Army (No. 04-CV-1663, Sept. 28) Assigned to Judge Royce Lamberth. Freedom of Information Act. Attorney for plaintiff: David Sheldon, Law Office of David Sheldon, Washington, D.C. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights v. John Ashcroft, et al. (No. 04-CV-1664, Sept. 28) Assigned to Judge Royce Lamberth. Freedom of Information Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Eleanor Huske Smith, Zuckerman Spaeder, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendants: John Henault Jr. and Claire Whitaker, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Washington, D.C. Dean Klein, et al. v. Children’s National Medical Center (No. 04-CV-1666, Sept. 28) Assigned to Judge Royce Lamberth. Diversity � medical malpractice. Attorney for plaintiffs: Patrick Regan, Regan, Halperin & Long, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendant: Nicholas McConnell, Jackson & Campbell, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Tove Chew, et al. v. Calvert Home Developers (No. 04-CV-3362, Oct. 18) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Civil Rights Act. Demand: $5 billion. Attorney for defendant: Charles Wilson III, McCarthy Wilson, Rockville, Md. Jeffry Hollis v. Greater Metropolitan Orthopedics (No. 04-CV-3378, Oct. 19) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Diversity � breach of contract. Attorneys for plaintiff: Matthew Rizzo and John Sherry, Odin Feldman and Pittleman, Fairfax, Va. Leumi Gemel Ltd. v. ECTel Ltd., et al. (No. 04-CV-3380, Oct. 19) Assigned to Judge Roger Titus. Federal question � securities violation. Attorneys for plaintiff: Robert Barton, Daniel Sommers, and Steven Toll, Cohen Milstein Hausfeld and Toll, Washington, D.C. Momodou Bah v. Home Depot (No. 04-CV-3385, Oct. 19) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Petition for removal � employment discrimination. Demand: $25,000. Attorneys for defendant: Richard Black, Karen Gray, and Grace Speights, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. Keith Katz v. Enterprise Solutions, et al. (No. 04-CV-1240, Oct. 18) Assigned to Judge James Cacheris. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $175,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Hugh Johnson Jr., Albo & Oblon, Arlington, Va. Asli Everett, et al. v. Maytag Appliance Sales, et al. (No. 04-CV-1255, Oct. 20) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Notice of removal � personal injury. Demand: $100,000. Attorney for plaintiffs: Anthony Damiani, Damiani & Damiani, Alexandria, Va. Attorney for defendants: James Kinsel, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, Tysons Corner, Va. Patrina Lemon v. RRR LLC (No. 04-CV-1272, Oct. 21) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Truth in Lending. Demand: $150,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Alexander Blankingship, Blankingship & Associates, Alexandria, Va. Cynthia Hyland v. Raytheon Co., et al. (No. 04-CV-1273, Oct. 21) Assigned to Judge Claude Hilton. Job discrimination � sex. Demand: $1 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Elaine Bredehoft, Charleson Bredehoft, Reston, Va. Updata Venture, et al. v. Mehta, et al. (No. 04-CV-1275, Oct. 22) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Federal question � securities violation. Attorney for plaintiffs: Daniel Wadley, Cooley Godward, Reston, Va. Qorvis Communications v. Christopher Wilson, et al. (No. 04-CV-1276, Oct. 22) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $75,000. Attorney for plaintiff: John Scalia, Greenberg Traurig, McLean, Va.

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