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Thursday, May 31, 2018
DOE/NNSA legal fee
DOE/NNSA legal fee reimbursements to LLNS keep flowing despite a DOE OHA identified nexus between employee "protected disclosures" and acts of LLNS retaliation Despite a 9-27-17 determination by DOE OHA Judge Palmer that there was a nexus between my "Protected Disclosures" and LLNS retaliation, the DOE/NNSA legal fee reimbursement stream to the contractor LLNS keeps flowing into November 2017 and beyond. In 2016, DOE/NNSA reimbursed Lawrence Livermore National Security (LLNS) a sister LLC to LANS, $57,374 for legal fees associated with "Rivera v. LLNS" in Northern District of CA Court in a case that was classified as "ongoing". Earlier this month through a FOIA, the DOE/NNSA released another set of legal fee reimbursements to LLNS. They amount to $170,997. This figure does not include reimbursements to cover this legal firm's production of their 49 page January 2018 LLNS response to my Petition for Secretary Review. Furthermore, this figure does not include LLNS "internal
By scooby at May 31, 2018
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