The Navy was accused by one of its own of violating his rights in filling a promotion vacancy. See how the appeals court has ruled on his complaint.
An NCIS investigator in Japan who was suspended and demoted following revocation of his driving privileges took his case to the federal appeals court.
Despite a new law legalizing hemp and CBD products, the Navy warned that it is still prohibiting use of these products.
A challenge by several civilian Navy employees to their furlough by the agency in response to the 2013 automatic budget cuts resulting from sequestration has been rejected by the appeals court.
A U.S. citizen claiming to have been victimized by extraordinary detention and interrogation in Iraq will not be able to sue the former Defense Secretary personally for violation of his constitutional rights according to this recent appeals court decision.
A Navy employee is unable to get the court to overturn his removal for making threats against coworkers and dissing his supervisors.
An employee of the Navy who accessed a crime database by running a criminal history on her husband ended up being fired. She said that she would never again do such a thing other than for “family” considerations. A federal court upheld the removal decision.