Today, the Federal Circuit released four nonprecedential opinions, three Rule 36 summary affirmances, and two nonprecedential orders. Late yesterday, the Federal Circuit also released two nonprecedential orders dismissing appeals. Here are the introductions to the opinions and links to the dismissals and Rule 36 summary affirmances.

Wade v. Merit Systems Protections Board (Nonprecedential)

Joseph E. Wade petitions for review of a decision of the Merit Systems Protection Board (“Board”). Wade v. Dep’t of Veterans Affairs, No. AT-0752-22-0271-I-1 (M.S.P.B. Apr. 22, 2022). The Board dismissed Mr. Wade’s appeal, concluding it lacked jurisdiction because Mr. Wade had not challenged a final personnel action. We affirm.

Proceviat v. McDonough (Nonprecedential)

Richard A. Proceviat appeals an order of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans Court”) dismissing in part and denying in part his petition for a writ of mandamus. For the reasons below, we affirm.

Ward v. McDonough (Nonprecedential)

Clyde Ward appeals two decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans Court”) dismissing his requests for review of a Board of Veterans’ Appeals (“Board”) decision concerning his benefits. We have jurisdiction to review only one of these decisions. Accordingly, we affirm in part and dismiss in part.

Gilham v. United States (Nonprecedential)

Monti Pavatea Gilham appeals a decision of the Court of Federal Claims (“Claims Court”). The Claims Court dismissed Ms. Gilham’s complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. We affirm.

Rule 36 Judgments