Webber v. Esper
Defendant / Appellee: MARK T. ESPER, Secretary, Department of the Army, in his official capacity
Plaintiff / Appellant: MELVA WEBBER
Case Number: 19-7063
Filed: November 25, 2019
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other
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November 25, 2019 [10697815] Civil case docketed. Preliminary record filed. DATE RECEIVED: 11/25/2019 Docketing statement, transcript order form and notice of appearance due 12/09/2019 for Melva Webber. Notice of appearance also due on 12/09/2019 for Mark T. Esper. [19-7063] [Entered: 11/25/2019 01:20 PM]

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Defendant / appellee: MARK T. ESPER, Secretary, Department of the Army, in his official capacity
Represented By: Cheryl R. Triplett
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Plaintiff / appellant: MELVA WEBBER
Represented By: Walter M. Benjamin
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