An "Article I" Court created by Congress. The Court is authorized to hear primarily money claims founded upon the Constitution, federal statutes, executive regulations, or contracts, express or implied-in-fact, with the United States. According to the Court's home page, approximately one-quarter of its cases
involve tax refund suits (where it has concurrent
jurisdiction with United States district courts).
Contract claims make up over a third of the court's workload. Fifth Amendment takings cases, frequently involving environmental and natural resource issues, are about ten percent of the Court's docket. Other cases include those involving civilian and military pay questions, intellectual property, Indian tribe, and various statutory claims against the United States by individuals, domestic and foreign corporations, states and localities, Indian tribes and Nations, and foreign nationals and governments.
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