Although Russell notified the Government of this infringement on November 16, 1892, the Government did not negotiate with him; the Ordnance Office of the War Department merely informed him that: (1) he might sue in the Court of Claims
if he wished, and that (2) Krag-Jorgensen might end up indemnifying the Government from such suit depending on the final wording of a pending contract (28).
"Their argument was that the Court of Claims
Act changed everything, it gave the Court of Claims
exclusive jurisdiction to these claims," Ringsmuth said of the defendant.
The Ohio Court of Claims
selected Tyler's Modria solution to provide an easy, online process for managing mediations resulting from public records requests.
Challenges to the commissioners' findings could be brought before the Court of Claims
. (135) The growing importance of the appellate practice of the Court of Claims
led to its designation as an Article III court by Congress in 1953.136 This designation was a formal recognition of the bifurcated system developed by the Court of Claims
"whereby trial commissioners heard cases and made recommendations to judges in the appellate division who had the sole authority to render dispositive judgments." (137) The judges were Article III judges, while the trial commissioners were employees.
559 (1976) (where a furniture manufacturer failed to include the cost of 3 out of 14 materials in its finished goods inventory, the Court of Claims
concluded that the taxpayer's failure to capitalize the 3 costs was not a method of accounting, but an inadvertent error).
In addition, anyone wanting to sue the federal government must file suit in the Court of Claims
in Washington, often many years after the government enforces its regulations.
The New York State Court of Claims
is seeking sealed proposals to provide hotel accommodation and conference services, including specified meals, for a three-day judges conference in Montauk, New York on October 23, 24 and 25, 2017.
Cinergy paid the additional tax; however, in 1999 it filed suit for a refund in the Federal Court of Claims
These projects were part of a continuous program to evaluate the embankments and take the steps necessary to prevent their erosion; "[w]hen necessary to correct deterioration, the steps taken are intended to arrest the problem and prevent a premature end to the service life of the embankment." Applying standards like those described, the Court of Claims
concluded that the costs of these projects were currently deductible.
CASE FACTS: On July 2, 2000, Kathleen Kaiser filed a complaint against Ohio State University (OSU) in the Court of Claims
In a separate, concurrent action, the landlord has also filed a notice of intention to file a claim in the Court of Claims
for damages in the amount of $80 million.
The Guardian case, which was remanded to the Michigan Court of Claims
, was ultimately settled out of court.