Euzebio v. McDonough, No. 2020-1072(Decided: March 3, 2021); Board did have constructive possession of the NAS Update 2014; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine’s (“NAS”) report, Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2014 (10th Biennial Update 2016) (“NAS Update 2014”), was constructively before the Board;

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

ROBERT M. EUZEBIO, Claimant-Appellant v. DENIS MCDONOUGH, SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, Respondent-Appellee

2020-1072

Appeal from the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in No. 17-2879, Judge Michael P. Allen, Judge Amanda L. Meredith, Judge Joseph L. Falvey, Jr.
__________ Decided: March 3, 2021 __________
ZACHARY STOLZ, Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick, Providence, RI, argued for claimant-appellant. Also repre-sented by CHRISTOPHER J. CLAY, BARBARA J. COOK, APRIL DONAHOWER; MEGAN BRITTNEY HALL, Disabled American Veterans, Cold Spring, KY. MARTIN F. HOCKEY, JR., Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice, Wash-ington, DC, argued for respondent-appellee. Also repre-sented by JEFFREY B. CLARK, ROBERT EDWARD KIRSCHMAN, JR.; MARTIE ADELMAN, BRIAN D. GRIFFIN, Office of General Case: 20-1072 Document: 62 Page: 1 Filed: 03/03/2021
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Counsel, United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC. HILLARY ANNE WANDLER, Veterans Advocacy Clinic, Alexander Blewett III School of Law, University of Mon-tana, Missoula, MT, for amicus curiae National Law School Veterans Clinic Consortium. Also represented by MITCHELL L. WERBELL, V. DORIS JOHNSON HINES, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, Washington, DC, for amicus curiae National Veterans Legal Services Program. Also represented by JOHN D. NILES, BARTON F. STICHMAN, National Veterans Legal Services Program, Washington, DC.

Before O’MALLEY, WALLACH, and TARANTO, Circuit Judges.
WALLACH, Circuit Judge.
Appellant, Robert M. Euzebio, appeals a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans Court”). See Euzebio v. Wilkie, 31 Vet. App. 394 (2019). The