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Admission to U.S. Court of Federal Claims

January 12, 2016 @ 9:58 pm
Mr. Gaudet and his wife on New Year's Eve in the Hague, the Netherlands, just one week after his admission into the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Mr. Gaudet and his wife on New Year’s Eve in the Hague, the Netherlands, just one week after his admission into the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

In December 2015, Mr. Gaudet was admitted to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. This admission will be useful for appearing in the Court to prosecute a Fair Labor Standards Act claim and to seek compensation for the victims of vaccinations.

Mr. Gaudet currently represents 290 U.S. Customs and Border Protection canine instructors with Fair Labor Standards Act claims against the U.S. Government, and this opt-in class action is being heard in the Court of Federal Claims.  Mr. Gaudet works with El Paso lawyer David Kern and San Antonio lawyer Mark Greenwald on this matter.  In November, Mr. Gaudet and co-counsel completed a plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment that was filed with the Court.  The lawyers representing the U.S. Government in this matter work in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

As a member of this Court, Mr. Gaudet may also represent people who suffer injuries after taking vaccines. They are entitled to file claims with the Court to obtain compensation from a government-financed compensation fund.  The Court of Federal Claims processes claims for vaccine injuries and, as noted above, hears cases against the U.S. Government.

Applications to the Court require letters of recommendation from two members of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims as well as a certificate of good standing from a state bar association.

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