Court of Federal Claims cases

This resource covers relevant cases from the United States Court of Federal Claims. (This court has jurisdiction over military pay cases, claims for retirement, and other monies due above the jurisdictional limit of the court, e.g. claims for at least $10,000).

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  • Wollman v. United States
    Wollman v. United States
    Wollman v. United States covers important issues dealing with the EPTS, LOD, and compensability.
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  • Hatmaker v United States II
    Hatmaker v United States II
    A CoFC case that is important for several reasons.
    • Jason Perry
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  • Williams v. United States
    Williams v. United States
    Williams v. United States is a Court of Federal Claims case dealing with military pay issues.
    • Jason Perry
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  • Prochazka v. United States
    Prochazka v. United States
    A case that focuses on issues with EAJA/Attorney's fees.
    • Jason Perry
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  • Hatmaker v. United States
    Hatmaker v. United States
    Hatmaker v. United States- a case that deals with PDBR issues, inter alia.
    • Jason Perry
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Hatmaker v United States II Jason Perry
A CoFC case that is important for several reasons.
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Williams v. United States Jason Perry
Williams v. United States is a Court of Federal Claims case dealing with military pay issues.
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Prochazka v. United States Jason Perry
A case that focuses on issues with EAJA/Attorney's fees.
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Hatmaker v. United States Jason Perry
Hatmaker v. United States- a case that deals with PDBR issues, inter alia.
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Wollman v. United States Jason Perry
Wollman v. United States covers important issues dealing with the EPTS, LOD, and compensability.
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Adams v. United States Jason Perry
The Adams case covers many important issues, including deference to agency decisions.
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