Government’s Delayed Motion to Transfer Puts a Hold on Litigation


Normally under the Court of Federal Claims’ rules, when the Government files an Answer, this triggers deadlines beginning with the early meeting of counsel and culminating in a mutual exchange of initial disclosures. But in Janoski v. United States, a claim for back pay by an employee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Government filed an Answer and five weeks later moved to transfer the case to the Eastern District of Virginia on jurisdictional grounds.

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