The D.C. Circuit issued no published opinions this week.* Accordingly, this seems like a fine time to check in on an old friend: the Shadowy Flamingo.
In 2016, I wrote a post about the Court’s new practice of providing free access to unpublished judgments. The most interesting case I found using that feature was Flamingo Las Vegas Operating v. NLRB. So I entitled my post A Flamingo in the Shadows.
I confess that I although I read almost every published decision of the D.C. Circuit, I often don’t get to the unpublished ones. This week, however, I did read them and found some highlights. Here, for example, is the key language from Logmet, LLC v. NLRB:
Here is the heart of Hudson v. American Federation of Government Employees:
This amended judgment might be of interest to some readers (for obvious reasons):
If you follow criminal law, this snippet from United States v. McGill may catch your attention:
And finally, we have Klayman v. Fitton:
Enjoy your weekend.
* We likely will get a major decision fairly soon …
There have been some interesting docket entries that may help explain the delay:
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