Deshner v. McDonough
Claimant: CHARLES E. DESHNER
Respondent / Appellee: DENIS MCDONOUGH, Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Case Number: 21-2341
Filed: September 22, 2021
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other
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September 22, 2021 Filing 1 Appeal docketed. Received: 09/17/2021. [801152] Entry of Appearance due 10/06/2021. Certificate of Interest due 10/06/2021. Docketing Statement due 10/22/2021. Appellant/Petitioner's brief due 11/22/2021. [KMH] [Entered: 09/22/2021 03:30 PM]

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Claimant: CHARLES E. DESHNER
Represented By: Kenneth M. Carpenter Esq.
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Respondent / appellee: DENIS MCDONOUGH, Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Represented By: Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice
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