Here is the unpublished opinion in Winnemucca Indian Colony v. United States.
Here are the materials in Winnemucca Indian Colony v. United States (Fed. Cl.):
The government argues that Counts One, Two, and Three of the pending case must be dismissed under § 1500 because those Counts raise claims that are the same as the claims pending in the Nevada litigation. Plaintiffs contend that the claims in both lawsuits are not the same and therefore Counts One, Two, and Three need not be dismissed. In addition, the government argues that Counts Three and Four must be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction because they seek equitable relief and a declaratory judgment that are outside the jurisdiction of this court. Plaintiffs did not respond to the government’s arguments regarding this court’s lack of jurisdiction over Counts Three and Four.3 For the reasons discussed below, the court agrees with the government that § 1500 bars the court from considering Counts One, Two, and Three of plaintiffs’ complaint and that Counts Three and Four also must be dismissed as seeking relief outside the jurisdiction of the court. The government’s motion to dismiss the complaint is therefore GRANTED.