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Paul V. Niemeyer – 2005

Paul V. Niemeyer – 2005

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Date Created:August 2, 2006

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A0-10 {WP) Government Act 1978, Rev. 1/2004 U.S.C. App. 101-111) 
FOR.CALENDAR YEAR200$ Date Report Person Reporting (Last name, first, middle initial) Court Organization 
Paul Niemeyer 
United States Court Appeals for the Fourth 
Circuit Title (Article III judges indicate active senior status; Report Type (check appropriate type) Reporting Period 
magistrate judges indicate full-or part-time) 
Nomination, Date 1/1/05 -12/31/05 
Active U.S. Circuit Judge 
Initial Annual Final 
-_x_ 9St Chambers Office Address United States Courthouse, 101 West Lombard reet, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 the basis the information contained this Report and any modifications pertainin thereto, is, opinion, compliance with applicab laws and regulations. 
Reviewing Officer Date 
NOTES: The accompanying thisform must befollowed. Complete all parts, 
See Part VIII. 
checking the boxfor each part whe you have reportable iriformation. Sign last page. POSIT! ONS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 9-13 POSITION NONE (No reportable positions.) Instructions.} NAME ORGANIZATION/ENTITY 
Partner with LA. Noonberg Ownership Visiting instmctor -Fall semester Duke University, Durham, North Carolina .,_;:. 
II. AGREEMENTS. DATE (Reporting individual only; see pp. 14-16 Instructions.) PARTIES AND TERMS NONE (No reportable agreements.) 
Ill. NON-INVESTMENT INCOME. (Reporting individual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 Instructions.) SOURCE AND TYPE GROSS INCOME Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
Entire year LexisNexis Matthew Bender, Albany, New York 
---------- Fall Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 4,400 Spouses Non-Investment Income -If you were married during any portion the reporting year, please complete this section. (dollar amount not required except for honoraria) 
NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
Entire year Gazelle, Ltd., Baltimore, Maryland 
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS --transportation, lodging, food, entertainment. 
(Includes those spouse and dependent children. See pp. 5-2 Instructions.) GIFTS. (Includes those spouse and dependent children. See pp. 28-31 Instructions.) 
 NONE (No such reportable gifts.) 
VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those spouse and dependent children See pp. 32-33 Instructions.) 
VII. Page INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS --income, value, transactions (Includes those spouse and dependent children. See pp. 34-57 Instructions.) 
Date Report 
Name Person Reporting 
Paul Niemeyer 
II, DLA Piper Rudnick Profit Sharing and I(k) Savings Plan, Bank Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma Retirement account remains fund DLA Piper Rudnick (former law firm), managed Bank Oklahoma. Other than selecting funds which place retirement monies, have decision-making authority investments. 
II, 1984, now with LexisNexis Matthew Bender, Albany, New York Royalty agreement with co-authors Linda Schuett, John Lynch, Richard Bourne sale book. 
II, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Paid teach appellate advocacy course. 
VII, This account used holding/checking account. 
VII, 4-6. These tax shelters are believed have economic value, but their value cannot known until the properties are sold. 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.,  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353 and Judicial Conference regulations.