This morning the Federal Circuit released a nonprecedential opinion dismissing a case for lack of a timely notice of appeal, a nonprecedential order reviewing a sanction of counsel, a nonprecedential order summarily affirming a judgment of the Court of Federal Claims, and a summary affirmance.

Carmazzi Global Solutions, Inc. v. Commissioner of Social Security (Nonprecedential)

Carmazzi Global Solutions, Inc. (“CGS”) appeals the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals’ (“Board”) denial of its motion to vacate summary judgment. We dismiss for lack of a timely notice of appeal.

Niazi Licensing Corporation v. St. Jude Medical S.C., Inc. (Nonprecedential Order)

Appellants Michael T. Griggs and Sarah M. Wong, plaintiff’s counsel in the underlying action, appeal after being sanctioned by the district court in the form of attorneys’ fees and costs pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1927. St. Jude Medical S.C., Inc., the defendant in the underlying case, moves to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction. Appellants oppose.

Lopez v. United States (Nonprecedential Order)

The United States moves to summarily affirm the United States Court of Federal Claims’ dismissal of Arthur Lopez’s complaint seeking $440,000,000. Mr. Lopez opposes. For the reasons below, we grant the motion and summarily affirm the judgment of the Court of Federal Claims.

Rule 36 Judgment