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Scroll down and browse to see CAVC decisions. ~Wings

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Opinions & Orders

http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/dailylog.html

NOTE: Bold letter P following the case title denotes precedential opinion or order, N denotes non-precedential. Below are instructions on using these opinions.

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Scroll down and browse to see CAVC decisions. ~Wings

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Opinions & Orders

http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/dailylog.html

NOTE: Bold letter P following the case title denotes precedential opinion or order, N denotes non-precedential. Below are instructions on using these opinions.

Wings, you provided this link back in May and the link is now showing the latestvcases from July 2009. I wish there was someplace on the vet forum this could be placed so people could recheck this periodically.

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Wings, you provided this link back in May and the link is now showing the latest cases from July 2009. I wish there was someplace on the vet forum this could be placed so people could recheck this periodically.

Delta, I have been searching CAVC (takes awhile to learn to be specific with search terms); http://search.vetapp.gov/isysadvsearch.html

Then, when the Court cite's a Federal Circuit opinion, I search the Fed Cir at http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/dailylog.html

Unfortunately, the Fed Cir only dates back to 1994.

I learned last week that I was biased against searching single-judge opinions: turns out, these are as valuable as Panel decisions, but I like to read the dissenting opinions in a panel discussion. There's a lot to learn there if you have the time! It helps when they discuss a precendent case (P), because they typically will include Public Law (dates) and Senate Hearings as well. ~Wings

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Wings,

You are one hell of a good research queen.

I put in a request to add the link to Hadit's homepage.

carlie

Thanks Carlie, But I think Delta is my teacher! She digs deeper than dirt! How are you Delta, still cooking with the Crock Pot? I finally bought myself one, but can not make anything decent in it! Guess I am stuck with the gas stove top and cast iron, now cast iron is the love of my life lol! Wings

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I like to cook with pressure cooker. Not only fast bust saves on electricity and heat in kitchen.

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Wings: As always, your posting of information and their localities on the web, prove once again valuable to me and I am sure many others as well. I've been able to gleen a bit of presidential information that may prove helpfull with my long and arguous CUE claim. The hard part, the part that seems to have me hitting a wall when I try to write up my claim appears to be one step closer in either busting through that wall, or creating the steps I need to make it over. I'll get there, I am sure of it, so keep the information and help comming. You never know when you might post the one thing or item that helps me or others to finally be able to present our claim or claims and to an evential check in the win colum.

Thank you for your dedication and service to this forum and to all the other elders and member who are their to help us, so that we in turn can help ourselves and others as well.

Rockhound ;)

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Scroll down and browse to see CAVC decisions. ~Wings

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Opinions & Orders

http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/dailylog.html

NOTE: Bold letter P following the case title denotes precedential opinion or order, N denotes non-precedential. Below are instructions on using these opinions.

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