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

If you are a doctor, nurse, dentist, or another type of medical professional who works for the Veterans Administration, then you are considered a Title 38 employee, which means you have different rights than other federal employees. Title 38 employees have to go through a ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • How the VA is Failing to Protect Whistleblowers

    A new report shows that an office designed to protect whistleblowers is actually making it easier for employers to retaliate against them. The ...

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  • OPM Says Table of Penalties May Be Harmful

    According to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Table of Penalties (TOP) used to charge federal employees for misconduct is essentially ...

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  • OPM Director Alerts Agencies of Trump's Executive Orders

    In May of 2018, President Trump issued three Executive Orders to limit the power of labor unions and increase supervisors’ ability to hold employees ...

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  • When Preselection is a Valid Defense in Federal Employment Cases

    Preselection during the employment application process can potentially harm a federal agency if it gives an unfair advantage to help a particular ...

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  • How a Harassment Claim Upheld One Federal Worker's Disability Rights

    In the case of Bryant F. v. Department of Homeland Security , the plaintiff claimed that his supervisors harassed him by repeatedly making fun of him ...

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  • Q&A: Federal Disability Retirement Benefits

    At Pines Federal, our team of dedicated federal employment lawyers helps clients across the nation resolve legal disputes regarding federal benefits. ...

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  • What to Do if You Are Approved for SSDI but Denied FERS Disability Retirement

    At Pines Federal, we often take cases on behalf of federal employees who have been approved for Social Security disability (SSDI) but are denied FERS ...

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  • Winning a Federal Disability Case After You've Been Separated from Federal Service

    Are you wondering if it is more difficult to win your Federal Disability Retirement case after you become separated from Federal Service? OPM will ...

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  • Federal Disability Appeals to Be Decided Soon

    For the last two years, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) has failed to confirm nominees to fill leadership seats, resulting in a major ...

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