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Federal Disability Retirement: Bruner presumption is not a
Federal Disability Retirement: Bruner presumption is not a "guarantee".

Often times, Agencies persuade employees to settle their removal appeal by agreeing to alter the removal grounds so that the employee is removed for medical inability to perform the functions of their job. Read more about this by clicking here. In other situations, federal ...

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Blog posts in November, 2009

  • MSPB: Leave Based Adverse Actions against the Federal Employee

    There are, generally, four major leave-based adverse actions that a Federal Employee can challenge to the Merit Systems Protection Board ( MSPB). 1) ...

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  • EEOC: Basic Elements of a Reprisal Claim for Federal Employees

    The Office of Federal Operations (OFO) recently reversed a USPS decision to dismiss a reprisal claim and ordered an investigation. The decision serves ...

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  • MSPB: Elements of a Charge of Failure to Follow Leave Procedures

    Federal Agencies that take an adverse action against a Federal Employee based on “failure to follow leave procedures” will have to prove certain ...

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  • MSPB: Charges of AWOL (Absent Without Leave)

    An Agency can take disciplinary action or adverse action against a Federal Employee for being Absent Without Leave (AWOL). Rarely, however, is the ...

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  • MSPB: Enforcement of Settlement Agreements made during an MSPB Appeal

    When a Federal Employee negotiates a settlement of an MSPB appeal, he or she is entitled to the benefit bargained for in the agreement. A recent MSPB ...

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  • MSPB: Due Process in Adverse Action Appeals to the Merit Systems Protection Board

    Occasionally, we see a proposal letter that is so poorly or broadly worded that the Federal Employee is not fully informed of the charges that the ...

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  • MSPB & EEOC: What are Requests for Production and how can the Federal Employee use them in MSPB or EEOC discovery?

    Both the MSPB and the EEOC afford Appellants (or Complainants) the opportunity to pursue discovery. While the timelines and the amounts of discovery ...

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