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  • Two MSPB Appeal Cases Are Overruled
    Two MSPB Appeal Cases Are Overruled

    Two cases that were brought before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit were recently overruled. The cases involved United States Postal Service employees who were challenging ...

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  • What to Do: Wrongful Termination as a Federal Employee
    What to Do: Wrongful Termination as a Federal Employee

    Federal agency employers can fire federal employees for several reasons, but that doesn’t mean feds are simply out of luck. Thankfully, federal work laws protect federal workers in scenarios where ...

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  • Do I Need a Title 38 Lawyer?
    Do I Need a Title 38 Lawyer?

    Are you a medical professional who works at a federal agency like the Veterans Health Administration or the National Institute of Health? Were you appointed to your job under Title 38 of the United ...

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  • Defending Federal Employees from Disciplinary Action
    Defending Federal Employees from Disciplinary Action

    Disciplinary action is meant to keep workplaces safe; unfortunately, some employers use disciplinary actions to get rid of people they label as “problematic.” Due to the discrepancy in power between ...

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  • Can You Get Fired from Off-Duty Misconduct?
    Can You Get Fired from Off-Duty Misconduct?

    Whether it’s getting arrested for a drunk driving over the weekend or posting something offensive on social media, it is possible for federal agencies to discipline employees due to misconduct that ...

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  • How to Document Sexual Harassment
    How to Document Sexual Harassment

    Sexual harassment in the workplace—whether federal or not—is a huge problem. Every year, thousands of incidents are reported. But, unfortunately, many more incidents occur without notice because the ...

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