This morning, the Federal Circuit released two nonprecedential orders and an erratum. One order denies a petition for a writ of mandamus. The other grants a motion to remand for further proceedings. The erratum makes grammatical changes to a precedential opinion released yesterday. Late yesterday, the Federal Circuit also released a nonprecedential order dismissing a petition for review. Here is text from today’s orders and links to the erratum and yesterday’s dismissal.
This morning, the Federal Circuit released two precedential opinions, four nonprecedential opinions, and one nonprecedential order. One of the precedential opinions addresses an action brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The other precedential opinion, which was previously released as a nonprecedential opinion, addresses an appeal from the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Two of the nonprecedential opinions address appeals in patent cases—one from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and another from a district court. The third nonprecedential opinion addresses an appeal from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, ultimately finding a lack of jurisdiction. Finally, the fourth nonprecedential opinion addresses an appeal from the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals. The order dismisses an appeal. Here are the introductions to the opinions and a link to the order.