I-4-4-104.Exhibit - Routing Instructions for Court Remand Cases

Last Update: 9/13/05 (Transmittal I-4-15)

Use Court Case route slip and route as follows:

Exceptions Filed - Recommendation is that AC Not Assume Jurisdiction

  1. Branch Chief

  2. Branch Control

  3. “A” AAJ

  4. CCPRB

The CCPRB will release the notice. In sentence 4 cases, files are sent to the OAO Mega-site to await notice of a new civil action. In sentence 6 cases, a supplemental CAR will be prepared.

Exceptions Filed - Recommendation that AC Assume Jurisdiction and Issue a Decision

OR

No Exceptions Filed - Recommendation that AC Assume Jurisdiction to Issue a Decision or Remand

IF PRIOR NOTICE REQUIRED

  1. Branch Chief

  2. Branch Control

  3. “A” AAJ

  4. “B” AAJ

  5. Analyst (for diary)

Files will be held in the CCPRB for diary and further action.

Exceptions Filed - AC Issuing Fully Favorable or Partially Favorable Decision

IF NO PRIOR NOTICE REQUIRED OR FOLLOWING PRIOR NOTICE

  1. Branch Chief

  2. Branch Control

  3. AFB if fee agreement is in file

  4. “A” AAJ

  5. “B” AAJ

  6. CCPRB

The CCPRB will release the decision copies and will release the claim file(s) to the effectuating component(s). Appeals files on cases in which no fee agreement was received will then be directed to the Attorney Fee Branch.

NOTE:

If a new civil action is filed following a partially favorable decision (sentence 4) or if we are notified by OGC or the U.S. Attorney that a supplemental CAR must be prepared in a sentence 6 case, the CF(s) will be retrieved following effectuation.

Exceptions Filed - AC Issuing an Unfavorable Decision [Prior Notice Already Sent]

  1. Branch Chief

  2. Branch Control

  3. “A” AAJ

  4. “B” AAJ

  5. CCPRB

The CCPRB will release the decision. In sentence 4 cases, files will be sent to the OAO Mega-site to await notice of a new civil action. In sentence 6 cases, a supplemental CAR will be prepared.

Exceptions Filed - AC Remand

  1. Branch Chief

  2. Branch Control

  3. “A” AAJ

  4. “B” AAJ

  5. CCPRB

Remand order copies and the CF will be released by the CCPRB. The appeals files will be stored in the CCPRB.