METROPOLITAN INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS, INC. v. USA
Case Number: 1:2019cv00748
Filed: October 16, 2019
Court: United States Federal Claims Court
Office: COFC Office
Nature of Suit: Contract - (Post Award) Injunction
Cause of Action: 28:1491 Tucker Act

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October 16, 2019 Opinion or Order Filing 56 REPORTED OPINION of the court's sealed opinion, ECF No. 53 , issued on 9/26/2019 denying 32 Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record; granting 35 Motion for Judgment on the Administrative Record and motion to strike; and granting [3 6] Motion for Judgment on the Record. The clerk's office is directed to STRIKE the declaration of Ariel H. Collis, ECF No. [32-2] and plaintiff's table, ECF No. [32-3], from the docket in this matter. Additionally, the clerk's office i s directed to ENTER final judgment DISMISSING plaintiff's complaint with prejudice. On or before 10/15/2019, counsel for the parties shall CONFER and FILE a notice of filing, attaching a proposed redacted version of this opinion, with any material deemed proprietary blacked out, so that a copy of the opinion can then be made available in the public record of this matter. Signed by Judge Patricia E. Campbell-Smith. (TQ) Service on parties made.
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