VELLANTI v. USA

Plaintiff: CHRISTOPHER G. VELLANTI
Defendant: USA
Case Number: 1:2013cv00218
Filed: March 28, 2013
Court: United States Federal Claims Court
County: None
Presiding Judge: Charles F. Lettow
Nature of Suit: Military Pay - Correct Records

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January 9, 2015 32 Opinion or Order of the Court REPORTED OPINION denying 9 Defendant's Motion to Dismiss - Rule 12(b)(6); granting 9 Defendant's Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record; denying 15 Plaintiff's Cross Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record. The Clerk is directed to enter judgment. Signed by Judge Elaine D. Kaplan. (cr) Copy to parties.

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Plaintiff: CHRISTOPHER G. VELLANTI
Represented By: Raymond Jewell Toney
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Defendant: USA
Represented By: Michael Damien Snyder
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