Nancie G. Marzulla – Marzulla Law, LLC

All I Want for Christmas

Antonio Johnson joined the U.S. Army in 1980. Before his discharge, he had achieved the rank of sergeant. While he was still enlisted and with three years left on his enlistment contract, disciplinary actions were taken…more
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Less Than Special

Matthew T. Crumley began serving as a commissioned officer on active duty in the Air Force in 2000, eventually achieving the rank of Major in 2008. In November 2010, he was injured while serving as an Honor Guard Ceremonial…more
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Duck, Duck, Goose

Donald Woodruff, with the DuckeGroupe, LLC, and doing business as the Haven House for Homeless Veterans, filed a breach of contract lawsuit pro se in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, alleging that a change in the Department…more
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F. Scott Fitzgerald and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

One might think it impossible to use F. Scott Fitzgerald and the U.S. Court of Claims in the same sentence but a recent decision issued by the Court now allows one to do just that. The case involved a challenge to the Army’s…more
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Promises, Promises

Over 60 years ago, the David Nassif Company was the parent organization for a variety of real estate and construction projects in Washington, D.C. One of its subsidiaries, David Nassif Association, developed a building on 7th…more
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A Witness From Another Town

Mark Twain defined an expert as “an ordinary fellow from another town.” The U.S. Court of Federal Claims recently grappled with whether a witness was an expert in a recent rails-to-trail case in which both parties—Plaintiff,…more
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Three Strikes and You’re Out

Juan Barnes was arrested for possession of marijuana by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which seized his money under the criminal asset forfeiture laws. Barnes, who is incarcerated in a federal correctional institution,…more
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Your Reputation Precedes You

Anyone would have good reason to be concerned when the court notes that the plaintiff “has been a frequent litigant in federal courts, filing a number of complaints and a number of appeals, all of which have been dismissed.”…more
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No Time Like the Present

On May 4, 2015, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims granted Plaintiff, Entergy Nuclear Palisades’ motion for summary judgment for an undisputed portion of damages in a spent nuclear fuel case. Unsatisfied with this ruling, the…more
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Patent Claims Shot Down

Thales Visionix, Inc is a Maryland corporation and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thales Defense and Security, Inc., which designs and develops helmet-mounted display-and-motion-tracking technology for defense and aerospace…more
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A Consistency Not So Foolish

Jeffery and Kim Greiner sued in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims seeking a federal income tax refund for 2008 and 2009 for $4,742,703. A threshold issue was whether the Greiners could establish that they had overpaid taxes in…more
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It’s Too Late to Say You’re Sorry

In June 2012, the Government Printing Office issued an invitation for bids to print English and Spanish-language versions of a pamphlet called “Medicare and You,” commissioned by the Department of Health and Human…more
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A Trail Runs Through It

Between 1880 and 1882, the Indiana Southwestern Railway company acquired rights-of-way across privately owned land for use as railroad lines. In 2010, the successor-in-interest railroad company decided that it no longer needed…more
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Unintelligible, Bizarre, and Consequently Frivolous

Attorney, James Widtfeldt, was indefinitely suspended from the practice of law in Nebraska for “repeatedly fil[ing] irrelevant and abusive motions and pleadings.” Some of his filings involved a dispute over the federal gift and…more
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A Rule Is a Rule

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims recently dismissed a former railroad worker’s appeal of the Merit Systems Protection Board’s determination of a monthly disability annuity in Roger Haynes, III v. United States. Haynes had been…more
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