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11 May 2012

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US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

[PDF] Al Shimari v. CACI International - Opinion

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On November 8, 2011, upon the timely petitions of the plaintiffs, see Fed. R. App. P. 35(b)-(c), we entered an Order granting en banc rehearing of all three appeals, thereby vacating our prior judgments. The appeals were thereafter consolidated for purposes of oral argument, which was conducted before the en banc Court on January 27, 2012. Having fully considered the briefs and arguments of the parties, together with the written and oral submissions of the amici curiae permitted leave to participate, we conclude that we lack jurisdiction over these interlocutory appeals, and we therefore dismiss them.