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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 Kevin Costlow v. AARP (No. 05-CV-00461, March 4) Assigned to Judge Rosemary Collyer. Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. Attorney for plaintiff: Adele Abrams, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams, Beltsville, Md. Federal Trade Commission v. Blockbuster Inc. (No. 05-CV-00463, March 4) Assigned to Judge Ellen Huvelle. Federal Trade Commission Act. Attorneys for plaintiff: John Graubert and David Shonka, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. Attorneys for defendant: Wayne Collins and Lisl Dunlop, Shearman & Sterling, New York; Robert Walters, Vinson & Elkins, Dallas; Jonathan Lave, Shearman & Sterling, Washington, D.C. Viacom Inc. v. United States of America (No. 05-CV-00468, March 4) Assigned to Judge Ellen Huvelle. Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Christina Carroll, McKenna, Long & Aldridge, Washington, D.C. Zachary Sanders v. John Snow, et al. (No. 05-CV-00471, March 7) Assigned to Judge Reggie Walton. Federal question. Attorney for plaintiff: Edward Elder, Klimaski & Associates, Washington, D.C. Allita Legg, et al. v. Wyeth (No. 05-CV-00473, March 7) Assigned to Judge Ellen Huvelle. Diversity — product liability. Demand: $20 million. Attorney for plaintiffs: Michael Miller, Miller & Associates, Alexandria, Va. Attorney for defendant: Robyn Holtzman, Arnold & Porter, Washington, D.C. AutoZone Development Corp., et al. v. District of Columbia, et al. (No. 05-CV-00476, March 8) Assigned to Judge Ricardo Urbina. Federal question. Attorney for plaintiffs: Emil Hirsch, O’Connor & Hannan, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Mazda Motor of America Inc. v. College Park Motor Cars Inc. (No. 05-CV-00648, March 7) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Diversity — breach of contract. Attorney for plaintiff: Robert Green Jr., Howrey Simon Arnold & White, Washington, D.C Russell Holt v. Seven Dalamar Street Inc. (No. 05-CV-00656, March 8) Assigned to Judge Peter Messitte. Civil Rights Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Joel Zuckerman, Schwartz Zweben and Associates, Rockville, Md. Marc Butler, et al. v. Town of Cottage City (No. 05-CV-00670, March 9) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Federal question — employment discrimination. Demand: $1.5 million. Attorneys for plaintiffs: Jay Holland, Lawrence Holzman, and Brian Markovitz, Joseph Greenwald and Laake, Greenbelt, Md. U.D. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. SER Solutions v. NISYS Inc. (No. 05-CV-243, March 7) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Diversity — breach of contract. Demand: $129,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Charles Molster III, Winston & Strawn, Washington, D.C. David Bennett v. Fairfax County, Va. (No. 05-CV-250, March 8) Assigned to Judge Gerald Bruce Lee. Job discrimination — race. Demand: $300,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Ellen Renaud, Swick & Shapiro, Washington, D.C. Caesars Entertainment Inc., et al. v. Casearswembley.com, et al. (No. 05-CV-243, March 7) Assigned to Judge Gerald Bruce Lee. Trademark infringement. Attorney for plaintiffs: Jordan Weinstein, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neistadt, Alexandria, Va. DPR Construction Inc. v. IKEA Property Inc., et al. (No. 05-CV-259, March 9) Assigned to Judge James Cacheris. Diversity — breach of contract. Demand: $376,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Larry Caudle, Jenkins & Gilchrist, Washington, D.C. NBC Universal Inc., et al. v. Nbcuniversal.com (No. 05-CV-268, March 10) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Trademark infringement. Attorney for plaintiffs: John Anderson, Troutman Sanders, McLean, Va.

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