Charles v. DOJ (M.D. Pa.) -- dismissing suit against Bureau of Prisons because pro se plaintiff, a former prisoner, failed to prosecute claim after being released from custody.
Edmond v. United States (D.D.C.) -- ruling that plaintiff’s request for USPS file on plaintiff was not reasonably described because agency does not maintain centralized files on members of public.
Gonzales v. United States (D.D.C.) -- finding that Executive Office for United States Attorneys performed reasonable search for records pertaining to plaintiff’s criminal case and dismissing suit because plaintiff failed to respond to agency’s notice pertaining to estimated search fees.
Am. Marine LLC. v. IRS (S.D. Cal.) -- determining that: (1) IRS performed adequate search for plaintiff’s administrative files; (2) IRS properly withheld return information of plaintiff’s corporate alter ego pursuant to Exemption 3, in conjunction with 26 U.S.C. § 6103(a); and (3) IRS properly withheld third-party information pursuant to Exemption 6 and plaintiff’s “risk score” pursuant to Exemption 7(E).
Summaries of all published opinions issued since April 2015 are available here.