Nancie G. Marzulla – Marzulla Law, LLC

Blowing in the Wind

Terra-Gen developed and built the Alta Wind facilities, and then sold these facilities to the Alta Wind plaintiffs. Alta Wind then filed grant applications from the Treasury Department to recover 30% of the purchase price under…more
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It’s Not Over Yet

Section 405 of the federal Salary and Fringe Benefits Act, also known as the Sunday Premium Pay Act, ensures that certain federal employees who performed work on Sundays receive additional compensation. In 2009, the Federal…more
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But Everyone’s Doing It

In 2010, Northwest Title Agency, Inc. entered into three contracts with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), whereby Northwest agreed to provide real estate property-sales-closing services for single-family…more
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Operative Facts

In 2005, Kansas City Power & Light Co. contracted with the United States for the delivery of electrical utility services to the Hardesty Federal Complex in Kansas City, Missouri. The contract included an indemnity provision. In…more
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I’m Yelling Timber

Plaintiffs, Dennis and Kimberly Beard, are the former owners of Dinkey Creek Inn, a seasonal resort located in the Sierra National Forest. The Beards operated their resort under a special use permit issued by the U.S. Forest…more
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You Said What?

In 2010, HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity conducted a review of two programs within the Housing Authority for compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and…more
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Hurry Santa, don't be late

In 1993, the federal government resurveyed boundaries for the Plumas National Forest, so that the National Forest now bisected a cabin on part of the land that was part of a homestead granted to Ezra Culver in 1882. Following…more
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Is 95 the new 40?

In August 2013, Government counsel took two full days of deposition of James Bancroft, a partner in Plaintiff Cedar Gardens Apartments, who at the time was 93 years old. During his deposition, Bancroft testified at length about…more
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The Price Wasn’t Right

On March 30, 2015, William Gerald Price sued in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims seeking $3 million in damages arising from two North Carolina state court proceedings. The gravamen of Price’s claim appears to be that he was…more
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Class numerosity is just a number

In approximately 2009, Defendant, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, built a fence on land in Hidalgo County, Texas located along the border between Mexico and the United States. The border fence, a concrete structure…more
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Rocky Road

In 2004, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded Weston/Bean Joint Venture a contract to dredge the Miami River channel. That channel was originally created between 1931 and 1933, and has not been dredged since. Under the…more
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There’s a Rule for That

In June 2013, Plaintiff, Anham Fzco, d/b/a/ ANHAM LLC (Dubai), filed a breach of contract lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, alleging that the United States had breached a term of a settlement agreement. The…more
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Cold Case Files

The Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, manufacturer of the Black Hawk helicopter, holds several contracts with the U.S. government to furnish aircraft and spare parts. Over the years, Sikorsky has been involved in several disputes…more
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About that Roof

In 2007, Vanguard Construction, Inc. entered into an indefinite delivery/quantity contract with the U.S. Air Force to construct roof replacement and repairs on certain buildings at the Edwards Air Force Base. In performing this…more
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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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