Judge’s Recusal Wipes Slate Clean

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After issuing two substantive rulings—including a motion to dismiss, partial summary judgment, and a cross motion to amend the complaint—the CFC judge assigned to Demodulation, Inc. v. United States informed the parties that she intended to recuse herself from the case. The judge to whom the case was reassigned chose to vacate those decisions to avoid any appearance of partiality, wiping the slate clean of 27 months of

litigation.

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