This morning the Federal Circuit issued three nonprecedential opinions. The first comes in a veterans case appealed from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. The second and third come in government contract cases appealed from the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals and the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, respectively. Here are the introductions to the opinions.
Germany v. McDonough (Nonprecedential)
Jerome J. Germany appeals a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans Court”), which affirmed the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (“Board”) decision denying an earlier effective date for service-connected compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”). We affirm.
Stone v. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (Nonprecedential)
Billie O. Stone d/b/a Stobil Enterprise appeals the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals’ decision to grant the government’s motion for summary judgment and to deny Mr. Stone’s motion for summary judgment. Stobil Enter. v. Dep’t of Veterans Affs. (“Board Decision”), CBCA 5698, 19-1 BCA ¶ 37,428. Because we are unpersuaded by Mr. Stone’s arguments, we affirm.
Stone v. Secretary of the Air Force (Nonprecedential)
Billie O. Stone appeals from the decision of the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (“the Board”) denying his monetary claim against the Department of the Air Force. Appeals of Stobil Enter., Nos. 61688, 61689, 2019 ASBCA LEXIS 19 (Jan. 18, 2019) (“Decision”). Stone’s claim against the Air Force stems from a dispute over a contract for the removal and replacement of a door. For the following reasons, we dismiss the appeal for lack of jurisdiction.