Tag Archives: Federal Circuit
Here are the materials in Lummi Tribe v. United States. Opinion US Opening Brief Lummi Response Brief US Reply Brief An excerpt from the opinion: The government seeks review of a September 30, 2015 order of the Court of Federal … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in Wyandot Nation of Kansas v. United States. An excerpt: The Wyandot Nation of Kansas (“Wyandot Nation”) is a Native American tribe allegedly tracing its ancestry to the Historic Wyandot Nation. It claims to be a federally recognized Indian … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Jones v. United States. Opinion Briefs: Jones Brief US Response Brief Reply
Here are the materials in Wyandot Nation of Kansas v. United States (Fed. Cir.): Wyandot Opening Brief Wyandot Appeal – PCPart1 Wyandot Appeal – PCPart2 WYANDOT APPEAL PCPart3 WYANDOTAPPEALPCPart4 US Brief Reply Lower court materials here.
Here is the opinion in Laguna Construction Co. v. Carter.
Here is the en banc petition in Two Shields v. United States (Fed. Cir.): 2016-06-13 Two Shields (Appeal) dkt 46 Combined Pet for Panel Rehearing and Rehearing en Banc of Appellants Ramona Two Shields and Mary Louise Defen Panel materials … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion. An excerpt: Appellants Ramona Two Shields and Mary Louise Defender Wilson brought this action against the United States, seeking redress for themselves and other Native Americans in connection with the government’s alleged mismanagement of oil-and-gas leases … Continue reading →
Oral argument audio in Two Shields v. United States (Fed. Cir.): Briefs: Two Shields Opening Brief US Answer Brief Reply Brief Lower court materials here.
Here is the opinion in In re Tam: In re Tam An excerpt: Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act bars the Patent and Trademark Office (“PTO”) from registering scandalous, immoral, or disparaging marks. 15 U.S.C. § 1052(a). The government enacted this … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Yurok Tribe v. Dept. of Interior: CAFed Opinion An excerpt: The Yurok Tribe (Tribe) appeals from the Civilian Board of Contracting Appeals’ (Board) dismissal for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be … Continue reading →