U.S. Capitol Police
v.
Office of Compliance

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United States Court of Appeals for the Federal CircuitNov 6, 2018
2017-2060 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 6, 2018)

2017-2060 2017-2062 2017-2063 2017-2064

11-06-2018

UNITED STATES CAPITOL POLICE, Petitioner v. OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE, Respondent UNITED STATES CAPITOL POLICE LABOR COMMITTEE, Intervenor

FREDERICK M. HERRERA, Office of Employment Counsel, United States Capitol Police, Washington, DC, argued for petitioner. Also represented by RAFIQUE OMAR ANDERSON, KELLY MARISSA SCINDIAN. JOHN D. UELMEN, Office of the General Counsel, United States Office of Compliance, Washington, DC, argued for respondent. Also represented by JULIA AKINS CLARK. MEGAN KATHLEEN MECHAK, Woodley & McGillivary LLP, Washington, DC, argued for intervenor.


NOTE: This disposition is nonprecedential. Petitions for review of decisions of the Board of Directors of the Office of Compliance in Nos. 16-LM-03 (NG), 16-LM-04 (NG), 16-LM-05 (NG), 16-LM-06 (NG). FREDERICK M. HERRERA, Office of Employment Counsel, United States Capitol Police, Washington, DC, argued for petitioner. Also represented by RAFIQUE OMAR ANDERSON, KELLY MARISSA SCINDIAN. JOHN D. UELMEN, Office of the General Counsel, United States Office of Compliance, Washington, DC, argued for respondent. Also represented by JULIA AKINS CLARK. MEGAN KATHLEEN MECHAK, Woodley & McGillivary LLP, Washington, DC, argued for intervenor. Before DYK, LINN, and TARANTO, Circuit Judges. PER CURIAM.

The petitions for review are dismissed for lack of jurisdiction in this court. See U.S. Capitol Police v. Office of Compliance, Nos. 2017-2061, 2018-1504, slip op. at 8-12 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 6, 2018).

No costs.

DISMISSED