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Rooney explained that due to the national Vaccine Injury Act, the child's case had to be litigated in the Court of Federal Claims in Washington D.C., which he described as a science-based court.
in the Court of Federal Claims Wednesday over its continued obligation to pay for highly reactive waste storage.
In November, the Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C., found that the Navy acted in accordance with the law after it disciplined Klingenschmitt in 2006 for appearing in uniform at a right-wing rally in Washington.
Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C., employing different legal theories.
Court of Federal Claims in Washington granted Amazon's bid after an administrative hearing.
The book provides eight sections on the Internal Revenue Code, Treasury and Internal Revenue Service regulations, the Constitution, US code other than Title 26, rules of practices and procedures of the US Tax Court, rules of the US Court of Federal Claims, federal rules of procedures and evidence, miscellaneous materials.
Winston-Salem, NC-based BB&T Corporation (NYSE: BBT) has responded to a ruling by the US Court of Federal Claims regarding the Internal Revenue Service's disallowance of tax deductions and foreign tax credits in connection with a financing transaction by BB&T in 2002.
The Court of Federal Claims agreed and ordered the government to pay $5.6 million for destroyed and damaged trees.
When it becomes necessary to challenge a past performance evaluation, contractors should handle these issues at the contracting officer level--before they escalate to the Boards of Contract Appeal or the Court of Federal Claims. Challenging negative past performance evaluations at the boards or in court can be very difficult.
Still asserting that the entire disputed amount was deductible, Dominion filed suit in the Court of Federal Claims seeking a refund of $297,699 in corporate income tax, claiming that Regs.
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