MILLER v. USA

Plaintiff: MICHAEL B. MILLER
Defendant: USA
Case Number: 1:2013cv00149
Filed: February 27, 2013
Court: United States Federal Claims Court
County: None
Presiding Judge: Charles F. Lettow
Nature of Suit: Military Pay - Reinstatement

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April 17, 2015 39 Opinion or Order of the Court REPORTED OPINION denying 27 Motion to Dismiss - Rule 12(b)(1) and (6); granting 27 Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record; denying 30 Cross Motion. The government's motion to dismiss pursuant to RCFC 12(b)(1), or, alternative ly, RCFC 12(b)(6) is DENIED. The government's motion for judgment on the administrative record is GRANTED, and plaintiff's cross-motion for judgment on the administrative record is accordingly DENIED. The clerk shall enter judgment in accord with this disposition. Signed by Judge Charles F. Lettow. (gk)

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