“Nothing more to be decided” in Hage case, court rules

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In perhaps the last installment of the 20-year saga of the takings case of Estate of Hage v. United States, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims recently denied Hages’ motion for a hearing, expedited briefing, and appointment of a special master following a Federal Circuit ruling.

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