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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 Dameron Hospital Association v. Michael Leavitt (No. 05-CV-00646, March 30) Assigned to Judge Paul Friedman. Administrative procedure. Attorney for plaintiff: John Jacob, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Washington, D.C. National Postal Professional Nurses, et al. v. United States Postal Service (No. 05-CV-00648, March 30) Assigned to Judge Paul Friedman. Actions by or against the Postal Service. Attorney for plaintiffs: Richard Edelman, O’Donnell, Schwartz and Anderson, Washington, D.C. Laura Porter v. Howard University Hospital, et al. (No. 05-CV-00671, April 4) Assigned to Judge John Bates. Diversity � medical malpractice. Demand: $5 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Patrick Regan, Regan, Halperin & Long, Washington, D.C. R.O. Capital, LLC v. Texas Supermall Investors Ltd., et al. (No. 05-CV-00676, April 8) Assigned to Judge Reggie Walton. Diversity � other contract. Demand: $2 million. Attorney for plaintiff: James McMichael, Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram, Washington, D.C. First Preston Management Inc. v. National Home Management Solutions of Georgia, et al. (No. 05-CV-00688, April 6) Assigned to Judge John Bates. Copyright infringement. Attorney for plaintiff: Alexander Ward, Jenner & Block, Washington, D.C. 1613 Harvard Ltd. Partnership v. District of Columbia, et al. (No. 05-CV-00726, April 8) Assigned to Judge Richard Roberts. Civil Rights Act. Demand: $1.15 million. Attorney for plaintiff: Richard Wise, Greenstein, Delorme & Luchs, Washington, D.C. Fanny Mappah v. Hilton Washington Embassy Row (No. 05-CV-00733, April 11) Assigned to Judge James Robertson. Job discrimination. Attorney for plaintiff: John Carpenter, Washington, D.C.; Attorney for defendant: Stephanie Sawyer, Seyfarth Shaw, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN GREENBELT, MD. Leonard Koenick v. Citibank (South Dakota) (No. 05-CV-01006, April 11) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Notice of removal. Demand: $1 million. Attorney for plaintiffs: Leonard Koenick, Kivitz and Liptz, Chevy Chase, Md. Attorney for defendant: Sanford Saunder, Jr., Greenberg Traurig, Washington, D.C. Virgil Hill v. Cecile Barker (No. 05-CV-01037, April 15) Assigned to Judge Deborah Chasanow. Petition for removal � breach of contract. Demand: $3 million. Attorneys for plaintiff: Donna King and Steven Silverman, Silverman Thompson and White, Baltimore, Md. Attorneys for defendant: Christopher Manning and Brendan Sullivan Jr., Williams & Connolly, Washington, D.C. Jeri Wasco v. Christ Family, LLC (No. 05-CV-01074, April 20) Assigned to Judge Roger Titus. Civil Rights Act. Attorney for plaintiff: Joel Zuckerman, Schwartz Zweben and Associates, Rockville, Md. Continental Casualty Co. v. Conroy, Ballman & Dameron Chtd. (No. 05-CV-01082, April 21) Assigned to Judge Alexander Williams Jr. Diversity � legal malpractice. Attorney for plaintiffs: Richard Simpson, Ross Dixon & Bell, Washington, D.C. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN ALEXANDRIA, VA. Freescale Semiconductor Inc. v. West Creek Associates (No. 05-CV-420, April 14) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $75,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Joseph Hartman, Fulbright & Jaworski, Washington, D.C. James Messer, Jr., et al. v. Auto Express of Woodbridge Inc. (No. 05-CV-424, April 14) Assigned to Judge Gerald Bruce Lee. Truth in lending. Demand: $200,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Thomas Breeden, Manassas, Va. GF Office Furniture v. Yeatts Contract of Virginia Inc. (No. 05-CV-426, April 14) Assigned to Judge T.S. Ellis, III. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $522,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Sheila DeLa-Cruz, Troutman Sanders, McLean, Va. Morgan Stanley DW Inc. v. Osama Sayyad, et al. (No. 05-CV-439, April 19) Assigned to Judge Leonie Brinkema. Diversity � breach of contract. Demand: $75,000. Attorney for plaintiff: Harold Belkowitz, Ober Kaler Grimes & Shriver, Washington, D.C.

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