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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 Renal Physicians Association v. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services (No. 05-CV-00067, Jan. 14) Assigned to Judge Reggie Walton. Administrative Procedure Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Plotkin, McGuireWoods, Washington, D.C. Lafayette Baucum v. Phillip Morris USA, et al. (No. 05-CV-00072, Jan. 14) Assigned to Judge Gladys Kessler. Demand: $10 million. Diversity � petition for removal. Attorney for defendants: Paul Schleifman, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Washington, D.C. James Adams v. Martinsville Dupont Credit Union, et al. (No. 05-CV-00073, Jan. 14) Assigned to Judge Emmet Sullivan. Diversity � negotiable instrument. Attorney for plaintiff: Jonathan Boyles, Law Offices of Jonathan Boyles, Washington, D.C. Attorney for defendants: Rebecca Kuehn, LeClair Ryan, Alexandria, Va. Richard Shores v. JR Conte, et al. (No. 05-CV-00067, Jan. 14) Assigned to Judge Emmet Sullivan. Diversity � personal injury. Attorney for plaintiff: Jonathan Halperin, Regan, Halperin & Long, Washington, D.C. Citizen Electronics Co. v. OSRAM GMBH, et al. (No. 05-CV-00112, Jan. 18) Assigned to Judge Ellen Huvelle. Patent infringement. Attorney for plaintiff: William Enos, Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, Alexandria, Va. Aliron International v. Cherokee Nation Industries (No. 05-CV-00151, Jan. 21) Assigned to Judge Gladys Kessler. Diversity � other contract. Demand: $1.8 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Kenneth Martin, Martin & Associates, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. Hertz Corp.,et al. v. Never-Lost.com (No. 05-CV-47, Jan. 19) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Trademark infringement (Lanham Act). Attorney for plaintiffs: John Anderson, Troutman Sanders, McLean, Va. Precision Franchising v. Victor Ramos, et al. (No. 05-CV-52, Jan. 21) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis III. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $107,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Kristine Dunne, Arent Fox, Washington, D.C. Juan Calderon v. Commonwealth Construction Services, et al. (No. 05-CV-55, Jan. 21) Assigned to Judge James Cacheris. Fair Labor Standards Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Nils Peterson, Arlington, Va. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Saroja Talasila v. ABKA Marble and Granite Inc. (No. 05-CV-00137, Jan. 18) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Diversity � personal injury. Demand: $250,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Lawrence Lapidus, Karp, Frosh, Lapidus, Wigodsky & Norwind, Washington, D.C. Great Northern Insurance Co., et al. v. SimplexGrinnell (No. 05-CV-00160, Jan. 19) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Petition for removal � property. Demand: $157,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Justin King, Law Offices of Justin James King, Towson, Md. Attorney for defendant: Jennifer McGee, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Washington, D.C. Georgetown Builders, et al. v. Express Development Corp., et al. (No. 05-CV-00185, Jan. 21) Assigned to Judge Roger Titus. Petition for removal � racketeering. Demand: $15 million. Attorney for plaintiffs: Michael Anestos, Anestos and Anestos, Bethesda, Md. Attorneys for defendants: David Dickieson, Buchanan Ingersoll, Washington, D.C.; Mark Shaffer, Shaffer, Bock & Antonoplos, Washington, D.C. Amy Jones v. Osama Bidel Halim, et al. (No. 05-CV-00197, Jan. 24) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Petition for removal � tort/motor vehicle. Demand: $2 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Garrett Williams, Law Offices of Garrett Williams, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendants: Erik Nyceand Warren Stephens, DeCaro, Doran, Siciliano, Gallagher & DeBlasis, Lanham, Md.

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