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1.0 USERRA Generally
*No. 029—I Am Being Recalled.  What About My Civilian Job?
*No. 056—USERRA Review
*No. 077—I Am Being Demobilized.  What About My Civilian Job?
No. 104—Everything You Always Wanted To Know About USERRA But Were Afraid To Ask
No. 105—USERRA:  Frequently Asked Questions
No. 123—Opinion:  Congress Should Amend USERRA
No. 127—Review of 2002-03 USERRA Cases
*No. 152—When It’s Over Over There, GI Joe Gets His Job Back
No. 164—Employers Required To Notify Employees Of USERRA Rights
No. 165—Help!  I Lose Money When I Drill
No. 203—Is the Right to Reemployment Absolute?
No. 205—Recent USERRA Victory
*No. 0613—Summary of Law Review Articles on USERRA
No. 0702—What Are You Thinking?
No. 0702 Update What Are You Thinking?
No. 07011—ESGR Volunteer Recovers $100,000 for USERRA Claimant
*No. 07049—USERRA Primer
No. 0766—USERRA:  A Primer:  A Summary of Servicemembers’ Reemployment Rights under Federal Law (Replaced by No. 12081)
No. 0821—The Burden of Freedom:  Recent USERRA Burdens on Employers Are Not Unconstitutional or Unprecedented
No. 10009 Don’t Sign on the Dotted Line Until You Understand
No. 10040 Don’t Use Your Employer’s Equipment to Complain about your Employer
No. 10077 Enhancing the Protections of USERRA: Progress Made, and What Remains To Be Accomplished
No. 12081 Your Rights Under USERRA (Replaces No. 0766)
No. 12106 Don’t Give Employer Excuse to Fire You
No. 13001 ROA Provides a Unique Service, Not Duplicating ESGR
No. 13062 Employers—What Is Asked of You Is neither Unreasonable nor Unconstitutional
No. 13072 Only the Dead Have Seen the End of War
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA
No. 13114 Rand Corporation Study Reports Employer Ignorance on USERRA - Let them Call the Service Members Law Center
No. 13119 Reflections on the 12th Anniversary of our Generation's Date which Will Live in Infamy
No. 14043 Do Not Use Your Employer's Computer to Complain About Your Employer
No. 15067 The Reemployment Statute Turns 75
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16004 Keep your Civilian Job Separate from your Reserve Component Assignment and Vice Versa
No. 16044 The Definitive Reference Book on USERRA
No. 17020 USERRA Information Available
No. 17025 Don’t Expect the Employer To Help You Exercise your USERRA Rights
No. 17027 Don’t Let USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Bite You

No. 17041 PowerPoint Presentation on USERRA

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1.1 USERRA Coverage
No. 0724 Does USERRA Have a Statute of Limitations?
No. 0724 Update Congress Enacts New Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0725 Contractual Statute of Limitations Held to Apply to USERRA Case
No. 0725 Update Congress Enacts New Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0813 Nonappropriate Argument: Despite its longtime contention, AAFES is not exempt from USERRA.
No. 0816 Enhanced Leave Entitlements for Family Caregivers of Wounded Warriors
No. 0824 USERRA and Statute of Limitations—Continued
No. 0824 Update Congress Enacts New Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0836 USERRA Coverage for National Guard Technicians
No. 0837 USERRA Coverage for Individuals Performing National Guard AGR Duty
No. 0838 Right to Reemployment at the End of the Initial Active Obligated Service
No. 0849 Unlawful to Fire Army Recruit
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA

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1.1.1 Coverage of Employers
No. 16020 USERRA Applies to Paid Internships

1.1.1.1 Hiring Halls and Joint Employers
No. 028—Applying USERRA to Multi-Employer Situations
No. 154—Joint Employment Doctrine Under USERRA
No. 174—USERRA Applies To Union Hiring Hall
No. 183—USERRA Applies To Hiring Hall Situations
No. 0706—Joint Employer Doctrine Revisited
No. 0712—USERRA Applies to Hiring Halls-Continued
No. 09053 Joint Employment Doctrine Under USERRA-Continued
No. 10023 Reinstatement of Health Insurance Coverage after Return from Military Service
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 15080 New NLRB Decision Points the Way to Stronger USERRA Enforcement
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement

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1.1.1.2 Small Employers
No. 0851 More Than Workers’ Comp: Employer’s USERRA obligation applies to Reservist injured on drill
No. 10019 The Cost to Employers: Call-ups of Citizen Warriors have hit small businesses hard, but a larger economic impact is at stake
No. 10097 Is It Feasible To Expand the Active Component to Relieve the Burden on Employers of Reserve Component Personnel?
No. 11098 USERRA Protection for National Guard Members
No. 12072 USERRA Covers Time Away from Work for Examination to Determine Fitness to Enlist
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 13044 National Guard Bureau Chief Testifies about Need for Employer Support
No. 13092 Time off from Civilian Job for VA Medical Appointments—Good News from Louisiana
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 14045 What is an Application for Reemployment?
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 17023 Pro Bono Attorney Does Great Job for USERRA Claimant

1.1.1.3 Religious Institutions
No. 185 Does USERRA Apply To Religious Institutions?
No. 0859 The Ordinance and the Ordained: USERRA does not afford protection to clergy as it does to other employees
No. 09040 The Ordinance and the Ordained—Part Two
No. 11098 USERRA Protection for National Guard Members
No. 12006 Supreme Court Endorses the Ministerial Exception
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 13053 Do I Receive the $100,000 Death Gratuity if I Die?
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16009 USERRA Rights of Wounded National Guard Technician
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16103 Update on Protecting the Civilian Jobs of National Guard Members on State Active Duty
No. 17036 USERRA and SCRA Coverage for National Guard Members Serving on “Full Time National Guard Duty”


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1.1.1.4 Indian Tribes
No. 186 Does USERRA Apply To Indian Tribes As Employers?
No. 11098 USERRA Protection for National Guard Members
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 13029 Supreme Court Case Points Way to Effective Enforcement of USERRA against State Government Employers
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15111 Congress Should Amend USERRA To Provide for Enforcement against Indian Tribes as Employers
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer

1.1.1.5 Employers Outside United States
No. 024 Enforcement of Reemployment Rights Outside the United States
No. 163 USERRA Applies to State Department Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality at Embassy
No. 10006 Prior Approval Required for Uniformed Services Retiree or Reservist to Work for a Foreign Government
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16069 USERRA Applies all over the World to American Corporations and Institutions
No. 17029 USERRA Applies all over the World to the United States Government and other United States Employers

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1.1.1.6 Foreign Employers in United States
No. 0715 Does USERRA Apply to Foreign Employers in the United States?
No. 12082 DOJ Gets Job Back for Mobilized Navy Reservist
No. 15075 USERRA Applies to Voluntary as well as Involuntary Military Service
No. 15100 The French Company Fired my Wife!
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job

1.1.1.7 State and Local Governments
No. 089 Enforcement of USERRA Against A State
No. 089 update Clarification
No. 0848 Enforcing USERRA against a State—Part 2
No. 0864 Another New Appellate Case Shows USERRA Has Teeth
No. 09002 Naval Reservist Wins USERRA Case Against San Diego Police Department
No. 09010 You Must Apply for Reemployment after You Leave Active Duty
No. 09012 DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09012 Update: DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09018 DOJ Sues Alabama DMHMR
No. 09030 Justice Serves: DOJ sues Nevada and a Nevada corporation to enforce USERRA
No. 09031 DOJ Sues California Department of Corrections
No. 09036 Ethan Allen Is Rolling Over in his Grave
No. 10011 An Instructive New USERRA Case from Ohio
No. 10014 11th Amendment Does Not Bar Suit against a State by the United States
No. 10015 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 10022 USERRA Applies in Determining Career Overtime Average for Pension Purposes
No. 10029 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision Under USERRA
No. 10037 USERRA and Veterans’ Preference Laws Apply to California Court System
No. 10046 USERRA Damages Can Be Awarded for Lost Military Pay
No. 10051 Alabama Ordered To Comply with USERRA
No. 11019 USERRA and Public Sector Pension Plans
No. 11020 Double Serving Not Double Dipping
No. 11032 When may a Washington State government-employee veteran increase their score on a promotion exam?
No. 11040 Suing a State Government Employer under USERRA
No. 11044 PTSD, USERRA, and the State of New Mexico
No. 11049 Another Case on State Sovereign Immunity under USERRA
No. 11058 Letter to DOJ about USERRA Enforcement
No. 11075 The National Guard Must Be a Model Employer under USERRA
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 11095 USERRA and the State of New Mexico—Part 2
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12010 Working at Your Civilian Job Prior to Reporting for Active Duty
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12017 You Must Apply for Reemployment- Part 3
No. 12024 Alternative Way to Enforce USERRA Against a State Government Employer
No. 12032 Eleventh Circuit Affirms Judgment Against Alabama for Violating USERRA
No. 12038 Why Can't I Retire From My Civilian Job While I am on Active Duty?
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12049 NY Court: Calculations for Military and Regular Leave Benefits Not the Same
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12051 USERRA and Public Sector Defined Benefit Pension Plans
No. 12059 Meet USERRA Eligibility Criteria in Order to Gain USERRA Pension Credit
No. 12069 DOJ Sues Commonwealth of PA to Enforce USERRA and Secures a Great Settlement
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12075 Sixth Circuit Holds that Nashville-Davidson County Willfully Violated USERRA and Must Pay Liquidated Damages
No. 12083 DOJ Files Class Action USERRA Lawsuit against NYC
No. 12102 Coast Guard Reservist Mobilized Soon After Hired for New Job
No. 12103 Pension Credit for 1980s Military Service
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 12109 USERRA Forbids Discrimination with respect to Retention in Employment
No. 12115 Good News from Rhode Island on Enforcing USERRA against a State Agency as Employer
No. 12112 I Need Time off from my Job to Travel to my Drill Weekend
No. 12120 Make the States Waive Sovereign Immunity Concerning USERRA Lawsuits or Lose Federal Funding—No, that Won’t Work
No. 12122 Does USERRA Violate the 10th Amendment?
No. 13027 ROA Files USERRA Amicus Brief in NM Appellate Court
No. 13028 DOJ Files Amicus Brief in NM Court of Appeals
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13042 ROA Member Files Two USERRA Lawsuits
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13056 California University of Pennsylvania Sued for Violating USERRA
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13064 Be Always Ready  To Sue and Don’t Sleep on your Rights
No. 13066 Sometimes the Important Dog Is the One Who Does not Bark
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13074 Once You File with DOL-Vets, You Are Stuck with Them for Awhile
No. 13075 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update: You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update2 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13076 Public Employee Promotion Exam while Mobilized
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13087 Do I Accrue Civilian Vacation while I Am away from my Civilian Job for Military Service?
No. 13090 DOJ and NYPD Settle USERRA Class Action Lawsuit
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 13092 Time off from Civilian Job for VA Medical Appointments—Good News from Louisiana
No. 13112 Online Sources for Comprehensive Lists of State Benefits for Veterans
No. 13113 Pension Credit with State-Local Governments for Pre-1974 Military Service
No. 13133 NYPD Violates USERRA Again
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 13151 I Think that my Employer Must Make both the Employer and the Employee Contributions to my Pension Plan
No. 13153 Is it Unlawful for my Civilian Employer to Contact the Commanding Officer of my National Guard Unit?
No. 13156 Counties and Other Political Subdivisions are not Immune - Western District of Virginia gets it Wrong
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14005 Abandonment Doctrine Rests on Slender Reed
No. 14013 DD-214 Delay Could Delay Retirement from Civilian Career
No. 14020 New Jersey Teachers Must be Credited for Military Service Time for Purposes of Layoffs and Recalls from Layoff
No. 14019 New Jersey Teachers Receive Seniority Credit for Wartime Military Service, Even if it was before Start of Teaching Career
No. 14022 Make-Up Contributions to Your Defined Contribution Pension Plan
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14031 Veterans' Preference for State Employees in Washington
No. 14037 A Political Subdivision is not a State for 11th Amendment Purposes
No. 14036 Setback in Effort to Enforce USERRA against States as Employers
No. 14041 New Legislation in New Mexico for Service Members
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14046 Marine Corps Reservist Sues Village of Skokie for Violating USERRA
No. 14047 State and Local Government Employees Need Effective USERRA Protections
No. 14049 USERRA and State Sovereign—Good News from Tennessee
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15033 Relationship between USERRA and Tennessee Law for Corrections Officers
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica
No. 15063 New Favorable Case on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15073 Recent Favorable USERRA Case from Massachusetts
No. 15078 State Budget Crisis Does Not Excuse USERRA Violation
No. 15081 You Must Leave Active Duty and Apply for Reemployment to Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for your Military Service Time
No. 15082 You Must Stay within the Five-Year Limit To Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time
No. 15086 Sixth Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15098 SSGT Baldo Bello’s USERRA Lawsuit against the Village of Skokie
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16008 Bello v. Village of Skokie—Continued
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16034 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers—Good News from New Mexico
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16059 Discrimination, Harassment, Spoliation, and USERRA
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16065 Right to Paid Military Leave Is a Matter of State Law, not USERRA
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 16120 Amendments Proposed To Improve USERRA Enforcement
No. 16124 Bad News from Virginia on Enforcing USERRA against State Agencies as Employers
No. 17032 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers

No. 17033
Can You Sue the State of Tennessee for Violating USERRA?


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1.1.1.8 Federal Government
No. 034 Applicability of USERRA to Legislative and Judicial Branches
No. 102 Does USERRA Apply to Non-Appropriated Fund Activities?
No. 108 Letter to Federal Agency Concerning USERRA Case Involving an Agency Employee
No. 163 USERRA Applies to State Department Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality at Embassy
No. 167 Pension Rights of Federal Employees Returning From Military Service
No. 177 Does USERRA Apply to the Railroad Retirement System?
No. 189 Appellate Review of MSPB Decisions on USERRA
No. 0614 Trilogy of New Rulings Affects Federal Employees
No. 0637 Does USERRA Apply to TSA Screeners?
No. 0727 Federal Government Considered “Model Employer” Under USERRA
No. 0729 Kirkendall-VEOA and Equitable Tolling of Claim
No. 0730 Are Schedule C Employees Protected by USERRA?
No. 0740 Federal Employees Protected from RIF During Military Service
No. 0752 Habit Forming:  Federal Circuit Reverses MSPB Two More Times
No. 0755 The Federal Case:  A Description of USERRA’s Enforcement Mechanisms for Complaints by Federal Government Employees
No. 0763 The Office of Personnel Management Has Specific Responsibilities under USERRA
No. 0813 Despite Its Longtime Contention, AAFES Is Not Exempt from USERRA
No. 0852 Intelligence Not Superior: USERRA applies to Intelligence agencies
No. 0855 Mobilized Reservist Should Not Miss Out on Promotion Opportunities
No. 09004 How to Prove a USERRA Discrimination Case—Continued
No. 09037 You Must Apply  for Reemployment-Part 2
No. 09053 Joint Employment Doctrine Under USERRA-Continued
No. 09053 Update OSC Settles USERRA Case with DHS
No. 09063 You Must Apply for Reemployment - Part 3
No. 10012 You Only Get One Chance To Make Your Case
No. 10016 Army Command Violates USERRA with respect to Hiring Government Contractor Employees as Federal Employees
No. 10017 DLA Violates USERRA
No. 10021 The Civilian Employer Does Not Get a Veto
*No. 10028 A Case Study of 38 U.S.C. Sections 4311 and 4312: Erickson v. United States Postal Service
No. 10044 Federal Agency Employer Cannot Make You Quit the Reserves
No. 10054 Don’t Do Your Reserve Work on Your Employer’s Time
No. 10066 USERRA Overrides Federal Agency Rule on “Outside Employment”
No. 10080 Congress Orders a New Demonstration Project on USERRA Enforcement
No. 10087 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Initial Employment
No. 11003 The MSPB Is Finally Catching On
No. 11015 No Age Limit on USERRA Protection
No. 11026 Can We Fire Him for Going over the Five-Year Limit?
No. 11028 Erickson v. United States Postal Service – Recent Implications to 38 U.S.C. 4311 & 4312
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11050 TSP and USERRA
No. 11058 Letter to DOJ about USERRA Enforcement
No. 11061 Training Federal HR Personnel on USERRA
No. 11063 New Special Counsel Pledges Diligent USERRA Enforcement
No. 11080 It Is Not Your Responsibility to Find a Replacement
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12020 Reservists Should Be Permitted to Take Licensed Customs Broker Exams
No. 12023 You Must Stay Within the Five-Year Limit to Have the Right to Reemployment
No. 12035 OPM Director Announces Zero Tolerance for USERRA Violations
No. 12076 Presidential Memorandum Gives Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Guidance to Federal Employers
No. 12086 TSA Screeners Now Finally Have Enforceable USERRA Rights
No. 12096 Army Cadet Command Implicitly Admits that it Violated USERRA in its Treatment of ROTC Employee Michael Hanke
No. 12114 USERRA Does Not Apply to PHS Selection of PHS Officers
No. 13021 Sergeant Major Erickson’s Struggle against the United States Postal Service Continues
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13097 What Is a “Title 38 Employee?”
No. 13098 Interesting MSPB Case on USERRA
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13147 OSC Effectiveness in Enforcing USERRA against Federal Agencies as Employers
No. 13148 Federal Agencies Must Train Supervisors on USERRA
No. 13149 DOL Must Comply with USERRA with respect to its own Employees if it is to be Effective with other Employers
No. 13160 Significant Development Regarding Differential Pay for Federal Employees Mobilized Under "Voluntary" Authority
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14005 Abandonment Doctrine Rests on Slender Reed
No. 14028 I Volunteered for Active Duty—Am I Elligible for Differential Pay as a Federal Civilian?
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15056 What Is “Service in the Uniformed Services” for USERRA Purposes?
No. 15064 The MSPB Adjudicates Claims that Federal Executive Agencies Have Violated USERRA
No. 15080 New NLRB Decision Points the Way to Stronger USERRA Enforcement
No. 15103 Coast Guard Reservist Alleges USERRA Violations by Drug Enforcement Administration
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16013 Recent Favorable Federal Circuit USERRA Decision
No. 16014 Another Recent Federal Sector USERRA Victory
No. 16021 Does USERRA Give me the Right to Time Off from my Civilian Job for an Interview about Reassignment to a new Guard Unit?
No. 16036 It Is Illegal for the Air Force To Discriminate against an Air Force Reservist in Hiring for a Civilian Position
No. 16055 Department of the Army Flouts USERRA
No. 16064 The Air Force Must Comply with USERRA
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16093 Section 4312(e)(1)(A) Authorizes a Delay in your Application for Reemployment; It Does not Give you Two Years off from Work.
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 16116 New Federal Employee Should Make Deposit for Previous Active Duty
No. 16121 When I Return to Work after Military Service, How Much Will I Have To Pay To Reinstate my FERS Retirement Account?
No. 17009 If you Are Claiming that the Firing Violates USERRA, you Can Appeal to the MSPB even if you Are a New Federal Employee
No. 17024 Don’t Apply for Reemployment until you Are Ready To Return to Work
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator
No. 17029 USERRA Applies all over the World to the United States Government and other United States Employers
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?

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1.1.1.9 Successors in Interest
No. 079 Right To Reemployment With Successor in Interest to Pre-Service Employer
No. 0634 More on Successor in Interest
No. 0723 More on Successor in Interest
No. 0738 Successor in Interest-Continued
No. 0847 Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0847 Update: Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 10016 Army Command Violates USERRA with respect to Hiring Government Contractor Employees as Federal Employees
No. 10026 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause
No. 10039 Successor in Interest Continued
No. 10041 USERRA Liability of the Successor in Interest
No. 10042 New Case on Successor in Interest under USERRA
No. 10043 Does a Merger Reset My Five-Year Clock?  No.
No. 10067 My Big Bank Will Be Taken Over by Bigger Bank
No. 10075 Congress Clarifies the Application of USERRA to Successors in Interest
No. 12096 Army Cadet Command Implicitly Admits that it Violated USERRA in its Treatment of ROTC Employee Michael Hanke
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15074 Descending Escalator or Employer’s Changed Circumstances?
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual

1.1.2 Coverage of Employees

1.1.2.1 Part-Time, Temporary, Probationary and At-Will
No. 101 Does USERRA Apply to Temporary Positions?
No. 0616 Effect of State Employment at Will and Right to Work Law
No. 0609 Userra's Prohibition on Discrimination Applies Even to "Temporary" Positions of Employment
No. 0621 Does USERRA Apply to Probationary Jobs?  Yes
No. 0730 Are Schedule C Employees Protected by USERRA?
No. 0804 USERRA Applies to Employment as Adjunct Professor
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 09036 Ethan Allen Is Rolling Over in his Grave
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12089 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 12090 You only Need one Employee to Be an Employer for Purposes of USERRA
No. 12118 DOJ Sues NYC Internet Business for Violating USERRA
No. 13004 USERRA Does Not Provide for Reemployment of Active Duty Service Member Who Starts Job while on Active Duty and Seeks Reemployment after a Deployment
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13056 California University of Pennsylvania Sued for Violating USERRA
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14072 Don’t Quit your Job if you Want to Sue under USERRA
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16020 USERRA Applies to Paid Internships
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 17009 If you Are Claiming that the Firing Violates USERRA, you Can Appeal to the MSPB even if you Are a New Federal Employee
No. 17017 Case Study in Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?

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1.1.2.2 Independent Contractors and Partners
No. 099 Does USERRA Apply to Partnerships?
No. 192 Physician Regaining Hospital Privileges After Service
No. 09005 Do Life Insurance Salespersons Have USERRA Rights?
No. 10053 Calling Yourself an Independent Contractor Does Not Make You One
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12039 Evans vs. MassMutual Financial Group, Round 2
No. 15066 Calling you an Independent Contractor Does Not Make you one.
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
 
1.1.2.3 Employees Who Have Been Laid Off
No. 031 Reemployment Rights After Being Furloughed
No. 039 Possibility of Layoff Before or During Service
No. 0756 Laid Off and Called Up:  Layoffs Still Employment Relationships Under USERRA, Other Factors May Keep You From Getting Your Job Back
No. 09011 Layoffs and the Special Protection Period
No. 11025 Furloughs and the Five-Year Limit
No. 12107 Reemployment Rights for Laid Off Employees
No. 12116 Contractor Employees in Afghanistan Are Not Protected by the SCRA or USERRA
No. 13043 USERRA and the Collective Bargaining Agreement—What Is the Limit on Duration of my Active Duty?
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 16025 Airline Employer Must Make Contributions to your Airline Pension Account when you Return from Military Service
No. 16029 Dot the Is and Cross the Ts To Obtain Reemployment
No. 16053 Airline Must Comply with USERRA regarding Pensions
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual

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1.1.2.4 Students
*No. 032 Does USERRA Apply to Students?
*No. 187 Does USERRA Apply to Students?
*No. 0805 USERRA Does Not Apply To Students—Part 3
*No. 10032 Congress Enacts New Protections for Mobilized Students
*No. 10032 Update Department of Education Promulgates New Regulations To Implement New Law on Mandatory Readmission of Mobilized Students
No. 10052 Readmission of Servicemembers to Postsecondary Institutions - Details Regarding the Department of Education (DOE) Regulations Implementing the New Law on Mandatory Readmission of Mobilized Reserve and Guard and Active Duty Students
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 13070 Federal and State Laws Protect Students whose Educational Careers Are Interrupted by Military Service
No. 13071 New Washington Law Protects Students who  Are Members of the National Guard or Reserve
No. 15039 Federal Law Protects Students Called to the Colors during a Semester, But it Does not Help the Student who Must Miss a few Days for Drills or Annual Training
No. 15038 Federal and State Laws Protect Students whoseEducational Careers Are Interrupted by Military Service
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16042 Illinois Law Protects Post-Secondary Students Called to the Colors
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 17019 Presidential Executive Order 13607 Establishes Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions Serving Service Members, Veterans, Spouses, and Other Family Members, April 27, 2012: Expanded Coverage of 34 CFR 668.18 To Include Mobilizations of 30 Days or Fewer
 
1.1.2.5 Executive Employees
No. 0704 The President of the Company Has Rights Under USERRA
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 16109 OSC Takes Action To Protect VA Whistleblower
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration

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1.1.3 Coverage of Kinds of Service

1.1.3.1 Voluntary Service
No. 030 Does USERRA Apply to Voluntary Service?
No. 161 Does USERRA Apply To Voluntary Service—Continued?
No. 0760 Second Careers:  USERRA Applies To Retirees Voluntarily Returning to Active Duty
No. 10019 The Cost to Employers: Call-ups of Citizen Warriors have hit small businesses hard, but a larger economic impact is at stake
No. 11032 When may a Washington State government-employee veteran increase their score on a promotion exam?
No. 11067 Unfavorable 8th Circuit USERRA Case
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12122 Does USERRA Violate the 10th Amendment?
No. 13044 National Guard Bureau Chief Testifies about Need for Employer Support
No. 13079 It Is Better for a Reserve Component to Rely Primarily upon Involuntary Mobilization
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 15075 USERRA Applies to Voluntary as well as Involuntary Military Service
No. 15082 You Must Stay within the Five-Year Limit To Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16007 You Have the Right to Reemployment and the Employer Must Accommodate your Temporary Disability
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?

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1.1.3.2 Regular Military Service
No. 0719 Reemployment and Regulars:  USERRA Applies to Recruitment of Older Individuals To Meet Higher Active Duty End-Strength Authorities
No. 0760 USERRA Applies to Retirees Voluntarily Returning to Active Duty
No. 0849 Unlawful to Fire Army Recruit
No. 0854 Legal Assistance for Wounded Warriors—USERRA Component
No. 09004 How to Prove a USERRA Discrimination Case—Continued
No. 11002 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Applies to Employer Relationship
No. 11046 FMLA and USERRA
No. 11067 Unfavorable 8th Circuit USERRA Case
No. 11085 USERRA and the National Football League
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12072 USERRA Covers Time Away from Work for Examination to Determine Fitness to Enlist
No. 12102 Coast Guard Reservist Mobilized Soon After Hired for New Job
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 13004 USERRA Does Not Provide for Reemployment of Active Duty Service Member Who Starts Job while on Active Duty and Seeks Reemployment after a Deployment
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16036 It Is Illegal for the Air Force To Discriminate against an Air Force Reservist in Hiring for a Civilian Position
No. 16043 You Must Keep Track of your own Five Year Limit
No. 16055 Department of the Army Flouts USERRA
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16073 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Trying to Enlist
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 17015 USERRA Makes It Unlawful for an Employer To Discriminate Against You Based on Regular or Reserve Military Service, Recently or Long Ago.

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1.1.3.3 National Guard Service
No. 045 USERRA and SSCRA Coverage for National Guard Members
No. 045_Note USERRA/SSCRA
No. 0620 USERRA Coverage for National Guard Members Assisting in Border Control Efforts
No. 0837 USERRA Coverage for Individuals Performing National Guard AGR Duty
No. 09011 Layoffs and the Special Protection Period
No. 10020 Progress on Bill Adding an Additional Exemption from the 5-Year Limit
No. 10034 National Guard: Yes, Title 32 duty is covered by USERRA
No. 10035 The Definition of "Uniformed Services"
No. 10089 USERRA Most Definitely Applies to National Guard Members Performing Border Protection Duty
No. 10094 Coverage for National Guard Members on State Duty
No. 10096 Prior Notice to Civilian Employer - Part 2
No. 11031 Not Everything You Do for Your Reserve Component Is Protected by USERRA
No. 11075 The National Guard Must Be a Model Employer under USERRA
No. 11098 USERRA Protection for National Guard Members
No. 11099 Bill Introduced to Expand Exemptions from USERRA’s 5-Year Limit
No. 11103 Help! The Army Has Sent Me Home Early!
No. 11106 Progress on Exempting Certain National Guard Service From USERRA's Limit
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12105 What Are the Reserve Components?
No. 13035 Another New and Favorable USERRA Case
No. 13044 National Guard Bureau Chief Testifies about Need for Employer Support
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 13122 USERRA Protects National Guard Service, Even if SCRA Does Not
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14014 National Guard Member Works in another State - Is Her Job Protected When She Is on State Active Duty?
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14036 Setback in Effort to Enforce USERRA against States as Employers
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14045 What is an Application for Reemployment?
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15033 Relationship between USERRA and Tennessee Law for Corrections Officers
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15091 The National Guard Makes up more than Half of Reserve Component Strength
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16031 Sergeant Kelly Hance’s USERRA Saga Continues
No. 16034 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers—Good News from New Mexico
No. 16047 Maryland Law Adds Two Critical Protections For Veterans
No. 16049 The Right to 15 Days of Paid Military Leave Applies to Federal Employees, Not Employees of Federal Contractors
No. 16061 Reinstatement Rights as a Title 32 AGR after Title 10 Statutory Tour
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 16103 Update on Protecting the Civilian Jobs of National Guard Members on State Active Duty
No. 17013 Because of NDAA 2017, National Guard Technicians No Longer Receive Paid Military Leave under 5 U.S.C. 6323 while on AGR Duty

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1.1.3.4 PHS Service
No. 046 Coverage of PHS Commissioned Corps
No. 09063 You Must Apply for Reemployment - Part 3
No. 12105 What Are the Reserve Components?
No. 12114 USERRA Does Not Apply to PHS Selection of PHS Officers
No. 15041 Seniority for PHS Officers within the BOP Medical System
No. 15041-Update Seniority for PHS Officers; updated September 2015
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16033 Don't Let the AFGE Override the USERRA Rights of PHS Officers Assigned to BOP

1.1.3.5 NOAA Service
No. 052 USERRA Coverage for NOAA Corps
No. 12105 What Are the Reserve Components?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity

1.1.3.6 NDMS Service
No. 100 USERRA Coverage for Intermittent Disaster Response Appointees
No. 12105 What Are the Reserve Components?
No. 17011 Congress Amends USERRA To Provide Reemployment Rights to Urban Search and Rescue Personnel

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1.1.3.6a USERRA Applies to National Disaster Medical System Service
No. 17011 Congress Amends USERRA To Provide Reemployment Rights to Urban Search and Rescue Personnel

1.1.3.7 Examination To Determine Fitness
No. 050 USERRA Coverage for Examination To Determine Fitness
No. 09034 Another Good Precedent on Reemployment Rights
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16021 Does USERRA Give me the Right to Time Off from my Civilian Job for an Interview about Reassignment to a new Guard Unit?
No. 16073 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Trying to Enlist
No. 17024 Don’t Apply for Reemployment until you Are Ready To Return to Work

1.1.3.8 Funeral Honors Duty
No. 051 USERRA Coverage for Funeral Honors Duty
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer

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1.1.3.9 Military Family Members
*No. 098 Does USERRA Apply to Spouses?
No. 12016 Department of Labor to Expand FMLA Rights for Military Families

1.1.3.10 Foreign Military Members
No. 0630 Do IDF Reservists Have Reemployment Rights Under USERRA?
 
1.2 USERRA—Discrimination Prohibited
No. 011 Discrimination Against Reservists
No. 035 Impending Service Results in Immediate Firing
No. 036 Activation Prevents Start of New Job
No. 064 Discrimination in Hiring
No. 106 Don't Try to Work at your Civilian Job While on Active Duty
No. 122 May We Forbid Current Employees Permission To Join Reserves?
No. 128 New USERRA Case
No. 135 Employer Quotas Revisited
No. 150 Protection from Discrimination-Continued
No. 153 Make-Up Exam After Returning From Service
No. 162 Discrimination Against Recently Separated Veterans
No. 170 Missed Promotion Exam While Mobilized
No. 191 Sometimes David Does Beat Goliath
No. 198 Asking Questions About Reserve Affiliation in Employment Application Forms
No. 205 Recent USERRA Victory
No. 0609 USERRA’s Discrimination Applies Even To “Temporary” Positions of Employment
No. 0610 Where Do I Go for USERRA Assistance?
No. 0631 Is Harassment a Cognizable Claim Under USERRA?
No. 0702 What Are You Thinking?
No. 0731 Another Recent Case on Burden of Proof in USERRA
No. 0739 Burden of Proof in Section 4311 Cases
No. 0746 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Initial Hiring
No. 0750 Target Hit:  National Guard Member Wins USERRA Case Plus Tort Damages Under State Law
No. 0753 A “Motivating Factor”: USERRA Case Reiterates That Military Duty Need Only Contribute To Termination Of Employment To Be A Violation Of Law
No. 0762 Airline Discourages Reserve Service With Contrary Paycheck, Insurance, and Leave Policies
No. 0765 Reservist Loses Job for Collecting Undeserved Benefits
No. 0807 Bonus Bust: Mobilization Deprives Soldier of Earned Bonus at Civilian Job
No. 0841 How NOT To Prove a Discrimination Case Under USERRA
No. 0849 Unlawful to Fire Army Recruit
No. 0855 Mobilized Reservist Should Not Miss Out on Promotion Opportunities
No. 0856 Unlawful for Airline To Deny You Free-Space-Available Travel to Your Drill—Right to Time Off for Travel to and from Your Drill Weekend
No. 0860 Harassment Is a Cognizable Claim under USERRA
No. 09002 Naval Reservist Wins USERRA Case Against San Diego Police Department
No. 09004 How to Prove a USERRA Discrimination Case—Continued
No. 09006 When Long Service Equals No Promotion You Don’t Need a Smoking Gun to Win a Section 4311 Case Under USERRA
No. 09009 Another New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 09012 DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09012 Update: DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09022 Is Personal Animus Discrimination? A USERRA case may be headed to the Supreme Court.
No. 09026 Mobilized Reservists and the Chicago Fire Department
No. 09030 Justice Serves: DOJ sues Nevada and a Nevada corporation to enforce USERRA
No. 09036 Ethan Allen Is Rolling Over in his Grave
No. 09037 You Must Apply for Reemployment-Part 2
No. 09048 No Time Limit on Justice for the Returning Veteran—Part 2
No. 09052 Section 4311 of USERRA Is Not Limited to Reserve Components
No. 10004 Generous Employer Not Required to Remain Generous
No. 10011 An Instructive New USERRA Case from Ohio
No. 10012 You Only Get One Chance To Make Your Case
No. 10016 Army Command Violates USERRA with respect to Hiring Government Contractor Employees as Federal Employees
No. 10017 DLA Violates USERRA
No. 10019 The Cost to Employers: Call-ups of Citizen Warriors have hit small businesses hard, but a larger economic impact is at stake
No. 10027 DOJ Sues Company and Settles the Same Day
No. 10026 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause
No. 10031 DOJ Files and Settles on the Same Day, Again
*No. 10028 A Case Study of 38 U.S.C. Sections 4311 and 4312: Erickson v. United States Postal Service
No. 10038 Proposed Legislation To Promote Hiring of Recent Veterans
No. 10054 Don’t Do Your Reserve Work on Your Employer’s Time
No. 10066 USERRA Overrides Federal Agency Rule on “Outside Employment”
No. 10067 My Big Bank Will Be Taken Over by Bigger Bank
No. 10076 Congress Strengthens USERRA’s Protection against Discrimination
No. 10087 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Initial Employment
No. 11006 Important New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 11008 MSPB Holds that Disparate Impact Discrimination Is Not a Cognizable Claim under USERRA
No. 11009 USERRA Does Not Protect Absence from Work To Attend DEP Meetings
No. 11012 Fourth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment for Employer
No. 11022 Supreme Court Reverses 7th Circuit in USERRA Case
No. 11026 Can We Fire Him for Going over the Five-Year Limit?
No. 11027 USERRA Prohibition Against Retaliation May Extend to Service Member’s Spouse Who Works for the Same Employer
No. 11028 Erickson v. United States Postal Service – Recent Implications to 38 U.S.C. 4311 & 4312
No. 11030 Does USERRA Provide a Remedy for Employer Harassment?
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11041 Army Reserve Dentist Loses USERRA Case
No. 11043 New Evidence of Discrimination against Recently Separated Veterans
No. 11068 USERRA Protects the Co-Worker Who Testifies or Provides Information in a USERRA Case
No. 11067 Unfavorable 8th Circuit USERRA Case
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11075 The National Guard Must Be a Model Employer under USERRA
No. 11080 It Is Not Your Responsibility to Find a Replacement
No. 11082 Does USERRA Apply to Me?
No. 11089 Veterans Opportunity to Work Act of 2011
No. 11095 USERRA and the State of New Mexico—Part 2
No. 11102 Bunting v. Town of Ocean City Comes to a Conclusion
No. 11105 Unemployment Rate Among Young Veterans Rises Even While Overall Rate Drops
No. 11110 As Civilian Employer, Army Harasses and Abuses Disabled Veteran
No. 12010 Working at Your Civilian Job Prior to Reporting for Active Duty
No. 12011 Harassment as USERRA Violation
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12020 Reservists Should Be Permitted to Take Licensed Customs Broker Exams
No. 12023 You Must Stay Within the Five-Year Limit to Have the Right to Reemployment
No. 12033 Federal Arbitration Act Severely Limits Review of Arbitrator's Erroneous Ruling
No. 12034 Coast Guard Reservist Needs Drill Credit for Medical Appointment
No. 12040 DOJ Sues Home Depot for Violating USERRA
No. 12046 Should We Tell the Employers Now or Wait?
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12067 Is Harassment a Cognizable Claim under USERRA—(Continued)
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12075 Sixth Circuit Holds that Nashville-Davidson County Willfully Violated USERRA and Must Pay Liquidated Damages
No. 12078 Don’t Make Service Members Wait another 60 Years to Vote!
No. 12082 DOJ Gets Job Back for Mobilized Navy Reservist
No. 12096 Army Cadet Command Implicitly Admits that it Violated USERRA in its Treatment of ROTC Employee Michael Hanke
No. 12099 There’s a Hole in USERRA. Will States Fill it if Congress Won’t?
No. 12102 Coast Guard Reservist Mobilized Soon After Hired for New Job
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 12109 USERRA Forbids Discrimination with respect to Retention in Employment
No. 12114 USERRA Does Not Apply to PHS Selection of PHS Officers
No. 12118 DOJ Sues NYC Internet Business for Violating USERRA
No. 12119 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Employment Based on Uniformed Service—Not Limited to Reserve Component Service
No. 13021 Sergeant Major Erickson’s Struggle against the United States Postal Service Continues
No. 13022 The Escalator Can Descend as well as Ascend
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13036 Misconduct Leads to Mistrial
No. 13041 USERRA Overrides Agreement You Signed when You Were Hired
No. 13042 ROA Member Files Two USERRA Lawsuits
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13056 California University of Pennsylvania Sued for Violating USERRA
No. 13057 Don’t Use your Employer’s Computer for Navy Reserve Work
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13064 Be Always Ready  To Sue and Don’t Sleep on your Rights
No. 13066 Sometimes the Important Dog Is the One Who Does not Bark
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13077 The Escalator Can Descend
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA
No. 13095 Another USERRA Case Headed for Supreme Court
No. 13097 What Is a “Title 38 Employee?”
No. 13098 Interesting MSPB Case on USERRA
No. 13099 This Is Not your Father’s National Guard
No. 13106 How Not To Treat a National Guard Member Who is Your Employee
No. 13108 Revising USERRA to Include Non-Pecuniary Compensatory Damages as Remedies
No. 13111 How to Compute One Year for Purposes of Section 4316(c) of USERRA
No. 13131 DOJ Files USERRA Lawsuit against Delaware Employer
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 13156 Counties and Other Political Subdivisions are not Immune - Western District of Virginia gets it Wrong
No. 13166 Reserve Component Opportunities for Individuals Leaving Active Duty Short of Retirement Eligibility
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14024 The Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14031 Veterans' Preference for State Employees in Washington
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14036 Setback in Effort to Enforce USERRA against States as Employers
No. 14046 Marine Corps Reservist Sues Village of Skokie for Violating USERRA
No. 14047 State and Local Government Employees Need Effective USERRA Protections
No. 14072 Don’t Quit your Job if you Want to Sue under USERRA
No. 14074 Right to Use Vacation Days for Military Service
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15041 Seniority for PHS Officers within the BOP Medical System
No. 15039 Federal Law Protects Students Called to the Colors during a Semester, But it Does not Help the Student who Must Miss a few Days for Drills or Annual Training
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15059 Does USERRA Provide for Disparate Impact Liability?
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica
No. 15063 New Favorable Case on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 15064 The MSPB Adjudicates Claims that Federal Executive Agencies Have Violated USERRA
No. 15066 Calling you an Independent Contractor Does Not Make you one.
No. 15069 It Is Unlawful for an Employer To Deny Initial Employment Based on Unavailability on the Start Date, When the Unavailability Is Based on Active Military Service.
No. 15073 Recent Favorable USERRA Case from Massachusetts
No. 15075 USERRA Applies to Voluntary as well as Involuntary Military Service
No. 15086 Sixth Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15098 SSGT Baldo Bello’s USERRA Lawsuit against the Village of Skokie
No. 15100 The French Company Fired my Wife!
No. 15103 Coast Guard Reservist Alleges USERRA Violations by Drug Enforcement Administration
No. 15104 Navy Reservist Survives Employer’s Motion for Summary Judgment but then Loses Jury Trial
No. 15105 Army Reservist Survives Summary Judgment in Section 4311 Case
No. 15106 Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 15107 Section 4311 of USERRA Protects Veterans as well as Currently Serving Reserve Component Members
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16002 Interesting USERRA Discrimination Case
No. 16003 Section 4311 of USERRA Protects HR Professionals who Oppose USERRA Violations
No. 16008 Bello v. Village of Skokie—Continued
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16013 Recent Favorable Federal Circuit USERRA Decision
No. 16014 Another Recent Federal Sector USERRA Victory
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16024 West Virginia Legislature Enacts Confusing New Law on Veterans’ Preference in Private Sector Employment
No. 16031 Sergeant Kelly Hance’s USERRA Saga Continues
No. 16033 Don't Let the AFGE Override the USERRA Rights of PHS Officers Assigned to BOP
No. 16034 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers—Good News from New Mexico
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16036 It Is Illegal for the Air Force To Discriminate against an Air Force Reservist in Hiring for a Civilian Position
No. 16039 Opportunity To Telecommute Is a Benefit of Employment Protected by USERRA
No. 16047 Maryland Law Adds Two Critical Protections For Veterans
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16055 Department of the Army Flouts USERRA
No. 16059 Discrimination, Harassment, Spoliation, and USERRA
No. 16064 The Air Force Must Comply with USERRA
No. 16069 USERRA Applies all over the World to American Corporations and Institutions
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16073 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Trying to Enlist
No. 16074 A New Case on USERRA and Forced Arbitration
No. 16078 USERRA, the Escalator Principle, and the Lack of a Present Vacancy at the Appropriate Level  
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16105 The Posse Comitatus Act and the Activated Reservist
No. 16122 My Employer Fired me when I Was on the way out the Door
No. 16123 In a USERRA Case, the Veteran Plaintiff Cannot Be Required To Pay the Defendant’s Court Costs
No. 16124 Bad News from Virginia on Enforcing USERRA against State Agencies as Employers
No. 16126 Great New Third Circuit USERRA Precedent
No. 17009 If you Are Claiming that the Firing Violates USERRA, you Can Appeal to the MSPB even if you Are a New Federal Employee
No. 17015 USERRA Makes It Unlawful for an Employer To Discriminate Against You Based on Regular or Reserve Military Service, Recently or Long Ago.
No. 17016 Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA: A Case Study
No. 17017 Case Study in Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 17023 Pro Bono Attorney Does Great Job for USERRA Claimant

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1.3 USERRA—Reinstatement
No. 0833 Keep your employer informed about when to expect your return
*No. 1028 A Case Study of 38 U.S.C. Sections 4311 and 4312: Erickson v. United States Postal Service.

1.3.1 Eligibility Criteria
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough

1.3.1.1 Left Job for Service and Gave Prior Notice
No. 005 Notice to Your Civilian Employer
No. 063 Effect of Resignation
No. 084 Notice To Civilian Employer
No. 091 Notice & Documentation Requirements
No. 117 Time Off from Work before Mobilization
No. 0811 Notice To Civilian Employer Not Requesting a Leave of Absence
No. 0812 Prior Notice To Employer Not Required To Predict Return To Job
No. 0838 Right to Reemployment at the End of the Initial Active Obligated Service
No. 0840 My Mobilization Comes at a Terrible Time for my Employer
No. 0854 Legal Assistance for Wounded Warriors—USERRA Component
No. 09010 You Must Apply for Reemployment after You Leave Active Duty
No. 09039 Let’s Try To Limit the Burden on Your Employer
No. 09061 Your Civilian Job and USERRA: Beware of Gaps in Your Period of Service, And Maintain a Proper Balance of Military and Civilian Responsibilities
No. 09064 Held a Position of Employment
No. 09065 What is Service in the Uniformed Services?
No. 09066 Relationship between the Uniformed Service and the Absence from the Position of Employment
No. 09067 Prior Notice to Civilian Employer
No. 10021 The Civilian Employer Does Not Get a Veto
No. 10026 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause
No. 10030 Prior Notice to the Civilian Employer Need Not Be in Writing
No. 10054 Don’t Do Your Reserve Work on Your Employer’s Time
No. 10066 USERRA Overrides Federal Agency Rule on “Outside Employment”
No. 10095 Prior Notice to Civilian Employer
No. 10096 Prior Notice to Civilian Employer - Part 2
No. 11009 USERRA Does Not Protect Absence from Work To Attend DEP Meetings
No. 11025 Furloughs and the Five-Year Limit
No. 11026 Can We Fire Him for Going over the Five-Year Limit?
No. 11080 It Is Not Your Responsibility to Find a Replacement
No. 11085 USERRA and the National Football League
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12007 Can I Sell My Holiday Time?
No. 12008 What Happens to My Stock Option Plan When I Get Mobilized?
No. 12010 Working at Your Civilian Job Prior to Reporting for Active Duty
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12046 Should We Tell the Employers Now of Wait?
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12060 Service Academy Admissions Work NOT Protected By USERRA
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12072 USERRA Covers Time Away from Work for Examination to Determine Fitness to Enlist
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12078 Don’t Make Service Members Wait another 60 Years to Vote!
No. 12102 Coast Guard Reservist Mobilized Soon After Hired for New Job
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 12107 Reemployment Rights for Laid Off Employees
No. 12112 I Need Time off from my Job to Travel to my Drill Weekend
No. 12116 Contractor Employees in Afghanistan Are Not Protected by the SCRA or USERRA
No. 12118 DOJ Sues NYC Internet Business for Violating USERRA
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13037 The Limit on Duration of Service only Includes Service after Starting the Relevant Job
No. 13041 USERRA Overrides Agreement You Signed when You Were Hired
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13067 Notice Before and Documentation After Military Service
No. 13080 Federal Civilian Employees Who Are Disabled Veterans Have the Right to Time off from their Jobs for Medical Treatment—Thank You President Hoover
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13099 This Is Not your Father’s National Guard
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13131 DOJ Files USERRA Lawsuit against Delaware Employer
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14005 Abandonment Doctrine Rests on Slender Reed
No. 14009 Reserve Component Leadership Should Take on the Burden of Notifying the Civilian Employer when Military Duty Will Take the Reservist away from the Civilian Job
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14033 Why Did I Receive this COBRA Notice?
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14039 Protect Your Rights By Understanding Them
No. 14040 Is the Service Member Required to Keep the Employer Informed of Extensions of the Active Duty Period?
No. 14042 USERRA Rights of Reservist During Drill Weekend
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15091 The National Guard Makes up more than Half of Reserve Component Strength
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16016 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Civilian Job for Service in the Uniformed Services
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16025 Airline Employer Must Make Contributions to your Airline Pension Account when you Return from Military Service
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16053 Airline Must Comply with USERRA regarding Pensions
No. 16055 Department of the Army Flouts USERRA
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 16114 USERRA Rights of Discharged Major Who Has Been Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and Returned to Active Duty Retroactively by the Board for Correction of Military Records
No. 17011 Congress Amends USERRA To Provide Reemployment Rights to Urban Search and Rescue Personnel

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1.3.1.2 Character & Duration of Service
No. 006 Character and Duration of Service
No. 042 Progress on Exemptions to the Five-Year Limit
No. 190 Active Duty To Mitigate Damages Does Not Count Toward 5-Year Limit
No. 201 Have I Exceeded the Five-Year Limit?
No. 205 Recent USERRA Victory
No. 0642 Veterans’ Reemployment Rights, USERRA, and Time Limits
No. 0714 USERRA Still Applies in DoD’s Consecutive Call-up Policy
No. 0822 Time Management:  Don’t Confuse the Five-Year Limit with the 90-day Deadline
No. 0825 Hard Cases Make Bad Law
No. 0838 Right to Reemployment at the End of the Initial Active Obligated Service
No. 0854 Legal Assistance for Wounded Warriors—USERRA Component
No. 0864 Another New Appellate Case Shows USERRA Has Teeth
No. 09011 Layoffs and the Special Protection Period
No. 09024 Dot the I’s and Cross the T’s
No. 09037 You Must Apply for Reemployment-Part 2
No. 09068 The Five Year Limit
No. 09069 Only Really Serious Miscreants Lose Their Reemployment Rights for Misconduct During Service
No. 10020 Progress on Bill Adding an Additional Exemption from the 5-Year Limit
No. 10019 The Cost to Employers: Call-ups of Citizen Warriors have hit small businesses hard, but a larger economic impact is at stake
No. 10033 What Is “Noncareer” Service?
No. 10043 Does a Merger Reset My Five-Year Clock?  No.
No. 10054 Don’t Do Your Reserve Work on Your Employer’s Time
No. 10097 Is It Feasible To Expand the Active Component to Relieve the Burden on Employers of Reserve Component Personnel?
No. 10098 Paid Military Leave for National Guard Technicians
No. 11001 Concessions on All Sides: Employers, as well as Reservists, must bear the brunt of the extended deployments and separation from work.
No. 11002 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Applies to Employer Relationship
No. 11009 USERRA Does Not Protect Absence from Work To Attend DEP Meetings
No. 11015 No Age Limit on USERRA Protection
No. 11019 USERRA and Public Sector Pension Plans
No. 11023 The Case of the Misplaced Parentheses: Punctuation can impact USERRA five-year rule.
No. 11025 Furloughs and the Five-Year Limit
No. 11026 Can We Fire Him for Going over the Five-Year Limit?
No. 11028 Erickson v. United States Postal Service – Recent Implications to 38 U.S.C. 4311 & 4312
No. 11031 Not Everything You Do for Your Reserve Component Is Protected by USERRA
No. 11036 Five-Year-Limit Primer: Your job protection is up to you.
No. 11045 Back to Work: Timely application for reemployment is essential.
No. 11099 Bill Introduced to Expand Exemptions from USERRA’s 5-Year Limit
No. 11106 Progress on Exempting Certain National Guard Service From USERRA's Limit
No. 12008 What Happens to My Stock Option Plan When I Get Mobilized?
No. 12014 Air Force Progress on Exemptions to USERRA's Five-Year Limit
No. 12019 Computation of Civilian Pension Upon Returning to Work After Service
No. 12023 You Must Stay Within the Five-Year Limit to Have the Right to Reemployment
No. 12027 One More Exemption From USERRA's Five-Year Limit
No. 12030 DOJ Sues UAL to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Air Guard Member
No. 12034 Coast Guard Reservist Needs Drill Credit for Medical Appointment
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12059 Meet USERRA Eligibility Criteria in Order to Gain USERRA Pension Credit
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12075 Sixth Circuit Holds that Nashville-Davidson County Willfully Violated USERRA and Must Pay Liquidated Damages
No. 12094 Who Gets To Decide that a Period of Service Is Exempt from the Five-Year Limit under USERRA?
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 13032 A Great American Company Must Reemploy Great American Service Members
No. 13034 Does Medical Hold Time Count toward the Individual’s Five Year Limit under USERRA?
No. 13037 The Limit on Duration of Service only Includes Service after Starting the Relevant Job
No. 13041 USERRA Overrides Agreement You Signed when You Were Hired
No. 13043 USERRA and the Collective Bargaining Agreement—What Is the Limit on Duration of my Active Duty?
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13067 Notice Before and Documentation After Military Service
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13082 Escalator Principle Not Limited to Automatic Promotions—District of Puerto Rico Gets it Wrong
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13092 Time off from Civilian Job for VA Medical Appointments—Good News from Louisiana
No. 13096 You Must Track Your Five Year Limit
No. 13099 This Is Not your Father’s National Guard
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13131 DOJ Files USERRA Lawsuit against Delaware Employer
No. 13138 USERRA Pension Credit for Military Service Beyond Five Years
No. 13153 Is it Unlawful for my Civilian Employer to Contact the Commanding Officer of my National Guard Unit?
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14005 Abandonment Doctrine Rests on Slender Reed
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 14022 Make-Up Contributions to Your Defined Contribution Pension Plan
No. 14026 USERRA's Five-Year Limit—Why is it so Complicated?
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14039 Protect Your Rights By Understanding Them
No. 14040 Is the Service Member Required to Keep the Employer Informed of Extensions of the Active Duty Period?
No. 14042 USERRA Rights of Reservist During Drill Weekend
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15033 Relationship between USERRA and Tennessee Law for Corrections Officers
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15056 What Is “Service in the Uniformed Services” for USERRA Purposes?
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15071 New Air Force Memorandum on USERRA’s Five-Year Limit
No. 15072 Being a Nurse Practitioner, rather than simply a Registered Nurse, Is Part of the “Status” to which You Are Entitled upon Reemployment
No. 15075 USERRA Applies to Voluntary as well as Involuntary Military Service
No. 15078 State Budget Crisis Does Not Excuse USERRA Violation
No. 15081 You Must Leave Active Duty and Apply for Reemployment to Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for your Military Service Time
No. 15082 You Must Stay within the Five-Year Limit To Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 15108 NDAA 2016 Fixes USERRA Glitch
No. 16007 You Have the Right to Reemployment and the Employer Must Accommodate your Temporary Disability
No. 16029 Dot the Is and Cross the Ts To Obtain Reemployment
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16043 You Must Keep Track of your own Five Year Limit
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16053 Airline Must Comply with USERRA regarding Pensions
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior No. 16067 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Applies to the Employer Relationship
No. 16067 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Applies to the Employer Relationship
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16075 Who Decides that a Period of Service Is Exempt from USERRA’s Five-Year Limit?
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 16105 The Posse Comitatus Act and the Activated Reservist
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 16111 USERRA Applies to Individuals Performing Regular Military Service, as well as those who Serve in the Guard or Reserve
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 17002 USERRA and the Military Personnel Officer
No. 17014 If a Reserve Component Service Member Is Called to or Retained on Active Duty for Medical Treatment, that Period of Active Duty Should Be Exempted from the Computation of the Member’s Five-Year Limit.
No. 17014 If a Reserve Component Service Member Is Called to or Retained on Active Duty for Medical Treatment, that Period of Active Duty Should Be Exempted from the Computation of the Member’s Five-Year Limit.
No. 17024 Don’t Apply for Reemployment until you Are Ready To Return to Work
No. 17027 Don’t Let USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Bite You

No. 17035 USERRA Rights of Airline Pilot Injured while on Active Duty

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1.3.1.3 Timely Application for Reemployment
No. 007 Deadline for Returning to Work
No. 060 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 086 Does He Lose His Civilian Job For Failure To Use The Magic Words?
No. 091 Notice Documentation Requirements
No. 156 Reporting Back to Work After Weekend Drills
No. 178 Bum Scoop Can Have Bad Consequences
No. 180 Returning To Work After Weekend Military Training
No. 0622 Don’t Apply for Reemployment Until You Are Ready to Return to Work
No. 0710 Applying for Reemployment-Continued
No. 0804 USERRA Applies to Employment as Adjunct Professor
No. 0822 Don’t Confuse the Five-Year Limit with the 90-day Deadline
No. 0831 Applying for Reemployment after Military Service
No. 0832 Wounded Warrior’s Rights: Reporting Back to Civilian Job
No. 0854 Legal Assistance for Wounded Warriors—USERRA Component
No. 0856 Unlawful for Airline To Deny You Free-Space-Available Travel to Your Drill—Right to Time Off for Travel to and from Your Drill Weekend
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 09010 You Must Apply for Reemployment after You Leave Active Duty
No. 09024 Dot the I’s and Cross the T’s
No. 09037 You Must Apply for Reemployment-Part 2
No. 09061 Your Civilian Job and USERRA: Beware of Gaps in Your Period of Service, And Maintain a Proper Balance of Military and Civilian Responsibilities
No. 09063 You Must Apply for Reemployment - Part 3
No. 09070 Timely Application for Reemployment
No. 10015 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 10022 USERRA Applies in Determining Career Overtime Average for Pension Purposes
*No. 10028 A Case Study of 38 U.S.C. Sections 4311 and 4312: Erickson v. United States Postal Service
No. 10030 Prior Notice to the Civilian Employer Need Not Be in Writing
No. 11028 Erickson v. United States Postal Service – Recent Implications to 38 U.S.C. 4311 & 4312
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11039 Injury or Illness Sustained During Service Can Extend Deadline to Apply for Reemployment
No. 11045 Back to Work: Timely application for reemployment is essential.
No. 11094 Matthew King's Application for UCX Did Not Justify His Firing
No. 11101 Don’t Apply for Reemployment Until You Are Ready To Return to Work—Part 2
No. 11103 Help! The Army Has Sent Me Home Early!
No. 12017 You Must Apply for Reemployment- Part 3
No. 12038 Why Can't I Retire From My Civilian Job While I am on Active Duty?
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12107 Reemployment Rights for Laid Off Employees
No. 13004 USERRA Does Not Provide for Reemployment of Active Duty Service Member Who Starts Job while on Active Duty and Seeks Reemployment after a Deployment
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13035 Another New and Favorable USERRA Case
No. 13041 USERRA Overrides Agreement You Signed when You Were Hired
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13067 Notice Before and Documentation After Military Service
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13117 Applying for Reemployment is not Applying for Employment
No. 13131 DOJ Files USERRA Lawsuit against Delaware Employer
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14010 Requirement to Provide Documentation to Employer only Applies after Periods of Service of 31 or More Days
No. 14013 DD-214 Delay Could Delay Retirement from Civilian Career
No. 14012 Returning to Work with Two Bad Shoulders
No. 14011 What Sort of Documentation Must I Provide?
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14039 Protect Your Rights By Understanding Them
No. 14042 USERRA Rights of Reservist During Drill Weekend
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14045 What is an Application for Reemployment?
No. 14073 After 42 Days of IMA Duty, How Long Do I Have to Report back to my Civilian Job?
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15040 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 4
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15060 Beware of Asserting Inconsistent Claims
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15072 Being a Nurse Practitioner, rather than simply a Registered Nurse, Is Part of the “Status” to which You Are Entitled upon Reemployment
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 16007 You Have the Right to Reemployment and the Employer Must Accommodate your Temporary Disability
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16021 Does USERRA Give me the Right to Time Off from my Civilian Job for an Interview about Reassignment to a new Guard Unit?
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16093 Section 4312(e)(1)(A) Authorizes a Delay in your Application for Reemployment; It Does not Give you Two Years off from Work.
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer
No. 16127 It Is Unlawful for an Employer To Delay Reemployment by Demanding Documentation that Is Not Readily Available.
No. 17002 USERRA and the Military Personnel Officer
No. 17024 Don’t Apply for Reemployment until you Are Ready To Return to Work
No. 17027 Don’t Let USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Bite You


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1.3.1.4 Affirmative Defenses
No. 081 Is It Impossible Or Unreasonable To Reinstate Me?
No. 0857 You Cannot Waive Your Reemployment Rights Until You Return from Service
No. 09036 Ethan Allen Is Rolling Over in his Grave
No. 11010 USERRA Section 4302 Does Not Bar Settlement of USERRA Claim
No. 12063 Bill Introduced to Narrow One of USERRA's Affirmative Defenses
No. 12089 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 12090 You only Need one Employee to Be an Employer for Purposes of USERRA
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 15074 Descending Escalator or Employer’s Changed Circumstances?
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16029 Dot the Is and Cross the Ts To Obtain Reemployment
No. 16037 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 16093 Section 4312(e)(1)(A) Authorizes a Delay in your Application for Reemployment; It Does not Give you Two Years off from Work.
No. 17031 How Does USERRA’s Escalator Principle Apply to Government Contractors

1.3.2 Entitlements
No. 008 Entitlements of the Returning Veteran
No. 061 Not Necessary To Establish Discriminatory Intent Under Section 4312
No. 0701 No Telepathy Required
No. 0832 Wounded Warrior’s Rights: Reporting Back to Civilian Job

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1.3.2.1 Prompt Reinstatement
No. 073 Immediate Reinstatement of Air National Guard Member Who Had Smallpox Vaccination
No. 095 Two Veterans Returning to the Same Position
No. 129 Right To Prompt Reinstatement Despite Temporary Disability
No. 0829 Replacement Employees
No. 09031 DOJ Sues California Department of Corrections
No. 09053 Joint Employment Doctrine Under USERRA-Continued
No. 11011 DOJ Settles USERRA Suit Against Titan Laboratories
No. 11039 Injury or Illness Sustained During Service Can Extend Deadline to Apply for Reemployment
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11103 Help! The Army Has Sent Me Home Early!
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16049 The Right to 15 Days of Paid Military Leave Applies to Federal Employees, Not Employees of Federal Contractors
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16105 The Posse Comitatus Act and the Activated Reservist
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 16127 It Is Unlawful for an Employer To Delay Reemployment by Demanding Documentation that Is Not Readily Available.
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator
No. 17031 How Does USERRA’s Escalator Principle Apply to Government Contractors
No. 17035 USERRA Rights of Airline Pilot Injured while on Active Duty

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1.3.2.2 Continuous Accumulation of Seniority—Escalator Principle
No. 053 Retroactive Promotion for Recalled Reservist
No. 054 Uniformed Service Counts Toward FMLA Thresholds
No. 060 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 191 Sometimes David Does Beat Goliath
No. 0740 Federal Employees Protected from RIF During Military Service
No. 0803 First Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute: Fishgold v. Sullivan Drydock & Repair Corp.
No. 0809 Second Supreme Court Case Relating To Reemployment Statute: Trailmobile Corp. v. Whirls
No. 0820 Third Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute: Aeronautical Industrial District Lodge 727 v. Campbell
No. 0823 Fourth Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute: Oakley v. Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.
No. 0827 Returning Veterans & NSPS: DoD’s National Security Personnel System generates USERRA complaints
No. 0828 Supreme Law: Fifth Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute: Ford Motor Co. v. Huffman
No. 0834 Sixth Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute Diehl v. Lehigh Valley Railroad Co., 348 U.S. 960 (1955)
No. 0844 Vacation Days: A recent settlement casts a new light on vacation accrual for Reservists who take time off for military training or service
No. 0861 10th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Accardi v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 383 U.S. 225 (1966)
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 09007 12th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Foster v. Dravo Corp., 420 U.S. 92 (1975)
No. 09026 Mobilized Reservists and the Chicago Fire Department
No. 09032 Furlough or Leave of Absence Clause Revisited
No. 09033 Promotion and Pay Raise Delayed by Military Service--Am I Entitled to Back Pay?
No. 09049 Retroactive Seniority Adjustment to Your Civilian Seniority Date Based on Military Interruption of Your Civilian Career
No. 09054 Military Service Is Not "Just Like Maternity Leave"
No. 10014 11th Amendment Does Not Bar Suit against a State by the United States
No. 10015 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 10025 Union Tries To Make Returning Veterans Pay Back Dues upon Reemployment
No. 10050 USERRA Applies to Managerial and Executive Jobs
No. 10067 My Big Bank Will Be Taken Over by Bigger Bank
No. 11041 Army Reserve Dentist Loses USERRA Case
No. 11057 How Do I Prove My “Escalator” Case?
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 12008 What Happens to My Stock Option Plan When I Get Mobilized?
No. 12028 USERRA and the FMLA
No. 12029 USERRA and the FMLA- Part II
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12069 DOJ Sues Commonwealth of PA to Enforce USERRA and Secures a Great Settlement
No. 12082 DOJ Gets Job Back for Mobilized Navy Reservist
No. 13022 The Escalator Can Descend as well as Ascend
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13032 A Great American Company Must Reemploy Great American Service Members
No. 13043 USERRA and the Collective Bargaining Agreement—What Is the Limit on Duration of my Active Duty?
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13076 Public Employee Promotion Exam while Mobilized
No. 13077 The Escalator Can Descend
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13082 Escalator Principle Not Limited to Automatic Promotions—District of Puerto Rico Gets it Wrong
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13087 Do I Accrue Civilian Vacation while I Am away from my Civilian Job for Military Service?
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13127 First Circuit Reemphasizes Broad Scope of the Escalator Principle
No. 13136 Does USERRA's Escalator Principle Apply to Defined Contribution Pension Plans?
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 14020 New Jersey Teachers Must be Credited for Military Service Time for Purposes of Layoffs and Recalls from Layoff
No. 14019 New Jersey Teachers Receive Seniority Credit for Wartime Military Service, Even if it was before Start of Teaching Career
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14074 Right to Use Vacation Days for Military Service
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15060 Beware of Asserting Inconsistent Claims
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15074 Descending Escalator or Employer’s Changed Circumstances?
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 15102 What Is the Escalator Principle?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16022 What Is Seniority?
No. 16026 What Is Reasonable Certainty?
No. 16030 USERRA and Defined Contribution Pension Plans
No. 16038 Pension Rights in a Defined Contribution Plan
No. 16053 Airline Must Comply with USERRA regarding Pensions
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 16060 FedEx Violated USERRA in the Computation of a Bonus
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16064 The Air Force Must Comply with USERRA
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16073 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Trying to Enlist
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator
No. 17031 How Does USERRA’s Escalator Principle Apply to Government Contractors

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1.3.2.3 Pension Credit for Service Time
No. 004 Pension Rights
No. 009 Pension Rights Continued
No. 040 Pension Rights Continued
No. 074 Pension Entitlements Under USERRA
No. 075 Pension Rights Revisited
No. 076 Making Up Missed Contributions to Pension Plan
No. 082 Pre-Tax Dollars for Make-Up Pension Contributions
No. 107 Pension Entitlements Apply To Training Duty
No. 119 State Law Cannot Limit Pension Credit
No. 138 Pension Credit for Military Service—Continued
No. 139 Pension Credit for Military Service
No. 167 Pension Rights of Federal Employees Returning From Military Service
No. 0607 How Does USERRA Apply to the Relationship Among Employers and Pension Plan Administrators?
No. 0703 USERRA’s Pension Rules Apply to Short-Term Military Periods
No. 0732 USERRA Applies to Deferred Compensation Plans
No. 0741 Am I Permitted To Make Up Missed Employee Contributions To My Pension Plan After Leaving The Employ Of The Pre-Service Employer?
No. 0757 Buy Back Time: Your Primer on the Civil Service Retirement System in Regards to Military Service
No. 0843 Important New Law for Military Families Affects Civilian Employers
No. 10022 USERRA Applies in Determining Career Overtime Average for Pension Purposes
No. 10090 Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for Military Service
No. 11015 No Age Limit on USERRA Protection
No. 11019 USERRA and Public Sector Pension Plans
No. 11020 Double Serving Not Double Dipping
No. 11050 TSP and USERRA
No. 12017 You Must Apply for Reemployment- Part 3
No. 12019 Computation of Civilian Pension Upon Returning to Work After Service
No. 12030 DOJ Sues UAL to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Air Guard Member
No. 12038 Why Can't I Retire From My Civilian Job While I am on Active Duty?
No. 12051 USERRA and Public Sector Defined Benefit Pension Plans
No. 12059 Meet USERRA Eligibility Criteria in Order to Gain USERRA Pension Credit
No. 12061 DOJ Settles USERRA Suit Filed Against United Airlines
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12083 DOJ Files Class Action USERRA Lawsuit against NYC
No. 12100 Yes You Can Double-Dip!
No. 12103 Pension Credit for 1980s Military Service
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13043 USERRA and the Collective Bargaining Agreement—What Is the Limit on Duration of my Active Duty?
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13068 Federal Thrift Savings Plan and USERRA
No. 13069 CSRS and USERRA
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 13090 DOJ and NYPD Settle USERRA Class Action Lawsuit
No. 13113 Pension Credit with State-Local Governments for Pre-1974 Military Service
No. 13125 Buying Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for Reserve Service
No. 13133 NYPD Violates USERRA Again
No. 13136 Does USERRA's Escalator Principle Apply to Defined Contribution Pension Plans?
No. 13137 USERRA Pension Review
No. 13138 USERRA Pension Credit for Military Service Beyond Five Years
No. 13139 How Much Must I Pay to Obtain State Pension Credit for my Year of Active Duty?
No. 13142 Texas Teacher Retirement System PDF Gets USERRA Wrong
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13146 Detroit Bankruptcy and USERRA
No. 13151 I Think that my Employer Must Make both the Employer and the Employee Contributions to my Pension Plan
No. 14013 DD-214 Delay Could Delay Retirement from Civilian Career
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 14016 Class Action USERRA Lawsuit against American Airlines Concerning Insufficient Pension Contributions for Pilots Returning to Work after extended Military Leave
No. 14017 Statute of Limitations and the NYPD Class Action USERRA Laws
No. 14022 Make-Up Contributions to Your Defined Contribution Pension Plan
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15081 You Must Leave Active Duty and Apply for Reemployment to Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for your Military Service Time
No. 15082 You Must Stay within the Five-Year Limit To Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time
No. 15083 Yes, You Can Purchase State Public Employee Retirement Credit for Service Academy Time, at Least in California
No. 15084 Sometimes You Get Federal Employee Retirement Credit for Military Service, and Sometimes such Credit Is Precluded
No. 15085 Purchasing Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for Active Military Service before You Began Your Federal Civilian Career
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16025 Airline Employer Must Make Contributions to your Airline Pension Account when you Return from Military Service
No. 16026 What Is Reasonable Certainty?
No. 16030 USERRA and Defined Contribution Pension Plans
No. 16032 April 2016 Important New USERRA Pension Case
No. 16038 Pension Rights in a Defined Contribution Plan
No. 16043 You Must Keep Track of your own Five Year Limit
No. 16053 Airline Must Comply with USERRA regarding Pensions
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16072 USERRA and the Career Intermission Program
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 16116 New Federal Employee Should Make Deposit for Previous Active Duty
No. 16121 When I Return to Work after Military Service, How Much Will I Have To Pay To Reinstate my FERS Retirement Account?

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1.3.2.4 Status of Returning Veteran
No. 079 Right To Reemployment With Successor in Interest To Pre-Service Employer and Status of Returning Veteran
No. 129 Status of the Returning Veteran
No. 134 Employers, Please Don’t Bother Them in Iraq
No. 0747 Russell v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
No. 0808 The Meaning in Shift: Daytime Work Is Part of the “Status” to Which the Returning Veteran Is Entitled
No. 0826 Hard Cases Make Bad Law-Part Two
No. 0829 USERRA Overrides the Interests of the Replacement Employee
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 09062 Don't Chafe the Chaplain: Federal agency tells deployed employee it plans to keep his replacement rather than re-hire him
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15072 Being a Nurse Practitioner, rather than simply a Registered Nurse, Is Part of the “Status” to which You Are Entitled upon Reemployment
No. 15078 State Budget Crisis Does Not Excuse USERRA Violation
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16023 What Is Status?
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 17010 USERRA Entitles You to Return to a Position of like Status
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator
No. 17031 How Does USERRA’s Escalator Principle Apply to Government Contractors

1.3.2.5 Rate of Pay after Reinstatement
No. 113 Please Don’t Take Away My Pay Guarantee
No. 0827 NSPS and USERRA
No. 0863 USERRA Applies to Salespersons on Commission
No. 09033 Promotion and Pay Raise Delayed by Military Service--Am I Entitled to Back Pay?
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7

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1.3.2.6 Health Insurance Reinstatement and Continuation
No. 010 Health Insurance
No. 069 Continuation of Health Insurance Coverage While Deployed
No. 085 Reinstatement of Health Insurance After Military Service
No. 118 Right To Reinstatement of Health Insurance After Service
No. 142 Reinstatement of Your Health Insurance Upon Re-employment
No. 176 Continuation of Civilian Health Insurance Coverage During Military Service
No. 0705 Health Insurance Coverage for Son of Employee
No. 0862 Recalled Reservist Tackles Health Flexible Saving Arrangement
No. 10024 Health Insurance Continuation During Service
No. 10023 Reinstatement of Health Insurance Coverage after Return from Military Service
No. 11007 I Never Asked To Continue My Health Insurance When I Left the Job To Serve
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 14033 Why Did I Receive this COBRA Notice?
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14047 State and Local Government Employees Need Effective USERRA Protections
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer

1.3.2.7 Adequate Rest Before and After Service
No. 070 Adequate Travel: Rest Time Before Reporting for Military Training
No. 117 Time Off From Work Before Mobilization
No. 156 Reporting Back To Work After Weekend Drills
No. 0856 Unlawful for Airline To Deny You Free-Space-Available Travel to Your Drill—Right to Time Off for Travel to and from Your Drill Weekend
No. 12112 I Need Time off from my Job to Travel to my Drill Weekend
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16021 Does USERRA Give me the Right to Time Off from my Civilian Job for an Interview about Reassignment to a new Guard Unit?
No. 16039 Opportunity To Telecommute Is a Benefit of Employment Protected by USERRA
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday

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1.3.2.8 Training or Retraining
No. 11010 USERRA Section 4302 Does Not Bar Settlement of USERRA Claim
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri

1.3.2.9 Accommodations for Disabled Veterans
No. 121 Reemployment of Disabled Veterans
No. 130 Right To Prompt Reinstatement Despite Temporary Disability
No. 136 More on Disabled Veterans
No. 155 Injured National Guard Technician
No. 168 Time Off From Work For Military Medical Treatment
No. 199 Rights of Returning Disabled Veterans-Continued
No. 0633 Limits on Rights of Disabled Veterans
No. 0640 Returning Disabled Veteran to Work:  Employers’ Obligations under USERRA
No. 0832 Wounded Warrior’s Rights
No. 0851 More Than Workers’ Comp: Employer’s USERRA obligation applies to Reservist injured on drill
No. 0854 Legal Assistance for Wounded Warriors—USERRA Component
No. 09031 DOJ Sues California Department of Corrections
No. 11039 Injury or Illness Sustained During Service Can Extend Deadline to Apply for Reemployment
No. 11044 PTSD, USERRA, and the State of New Mexico
No. 11085 USERRA and the National Football League
No. 11110 As Civilian Employer, Army Harasses and Abuses Disabled Veteran
No. 12063 Bill Introduced to Narrow One of USERRA's Affirmative Defenses
No. 12089 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 13035 Another New and Favorable USERRA Case
No. 13046 Wounded Warriors and the Americans with Disabilities Act
No. 14012 Returning to Work with Two Bad Shoulders
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14042 USERRA Rights of Reservist During Drill Weekend
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15060 Beware of Asserting Inconsistent Claims
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16007 You Have the Right to Reemployment and the Employer Must Accommodate your Temporary Disability
No. 16009 USERRA Rights of Wounded National Guard Technician
No. 16063 USERRA Rights of the Wounded Warrior
No. 16093 Section 4312(e)(1)(A) Authorizes a Delay in your Application for Reemployment; It Does not Give you Two Years off from Work.
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 17014 If a Reserve Component Service Member Is Called to or Retained on Active Duty for Medical Treatment, that Period of Active Duty Should Be Exempted from the Computation of the Member’s Five-Year Limit.
No. 17035 USERRA Rights of Airline Pilot Injured while on Active Duty

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1.3.2.10 Furlough or Leave of Absence Clause
No. 041 USERRA Rights During Service
No. 058 Furlough or Leave of Absence Clause Revisited
No. 158 Military Leave of Absence When Mobilized
No. 0844 Vacation Days: A recent settlement casts a new light on vacation accrual for Reservists who take time off for military training or service
No. 0861 10th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Accardi v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 383 U.S. 225 (1966)
No. 09032 Furlough or Leave of Absence Clause Revisited
No. 09033 Promotion and Pay Raise Delayed by Military Service--Am I Entitled to Back Pay?
No. 09054 Military Service Is Not "Just Like Maternity Leave"
No. 10004 Generous Employer Not Required to Remain Generous
No. 12007 Can I Sell My Holiday Time?
No. 12008 What Happens to My Stock Option Plan When I Get Mobilized?
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14033 Why Did I Receive this COBRA Notice?
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16122 My Employer Fired me when I Was on the way out the Door
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?

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1.3.2.11 Vacations, Holidays, and Days Off
No. 026 Use of Vacation for Military Service
No. 059 Vacation Benefits Under USERRA
No. 103 Do I Have To Work on my Day Off?
No. 140 Do I Have To Work on My Day Off—Part 2
No. 188 Vacation Benefits Under USERRA
No. 0720 Long Term Deployment and Vacation
No. 09003 Eleventh Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Eagar v. Magma Copper Co., 389 U.S. 323 (1967)
No. 09007 12th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Foster v. Dravo Corp., 420 U.S. 92 (1975)
No. 12007 Can I Sell My Holiday Time?
No. 12049 NY Court: Calculations for Military and Regular Leave Benefits Not the Same
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekendt>
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13087 Do I Accrue Civilian Vacation while I Am away from my Civilian Job for Military Service?
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14039 Protect Your Rights By Understanding Them
No. 14074 Right to Use Vacation Days for Military Service
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15041 Seniority for PHS Officers within the BOP Medical System
No. 15116 New USERRA Primer
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16125 Under USERRA, you Have the Right To Take “Paid Time Off” for Military Duty

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1.3.2.12 Special Protection Against Discharge, Except Cause
*No. 184 Protection From Discharge After Reemployment
No. 0844 Vacation Days: A recent settlement casts a new light on vacation accrual for Reservists who take time off for military training or service
No. 0861 10th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Accardi v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 383 U.S. 225 (1966)
No. 09009 Another New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 09011 Layoffs and the Special Protection Period
No. 09030 Justice Serves: DOJ sues Nevada and a Nevada corporation to enforce USERRA
No. 10026 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause
No. 11010 USERRA Section 4302 Does Not Bar Settlement of USERRA Claim
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11094 Matthew King's Application for UCX Did Not Justify His Firing
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12093 USERRA’s Protection against Post-Reemployment Firing
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13110 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause, After Returning from Military Service
No. 13111 How to Compute One Year for Purposes of Section 4316(c) of USERRA
No. 14046 Marine Corps Reservist Sues Village of Skokie for Violating USERRA
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 17023 Pro Bono Attorney Does Great Job for USERRA Claimant

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1.4 USERRA Enforcement
No. 012 Enforcement of USERRA Rights
No. 024 Enforcement of Reemployment Rights Outside the U.S.
No. 061 Not Necessary To Establish Discriminatory Intent Under Section 4312
No. 065 Letter to Department of Justice Regarding USERRA
No. 065 Response DoJ Response to ROA letter Regarding USERRA
No. 067 Enforcement of USERRA Against Executive Agencies
No. 089 Enforcing USERRA Against A State
No. 089 Clarification
No. 093 USERRA Enforcement by OSC (Continued)
No. 108 Letter to Federal Agency Concerning USERRA Case Involving an Agency Employee
No. 115 Can the Employer Sue Me Under USERRA?
No. 148 Good News on USERRA Enforcement
No. 159 Waiving the Fee for Filing a USERRA Appeal
No. 163 USERRA Applies to State Department Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality at Embassy
No. 172 USERRA Has Teeth
No. 189 Appellate Review of MSPB Decisions on USERRA
No. 197 Tutorial on USERRA Procedures
No. 200 Is Injunctive Relief Available in a USERRA Case?
No. 200-Update: Is Injunctive Relief Available in a USERRA Case?
No. 205 Recent USERRA Victory
No. 206 Computation of Damages in a USERRA Case
No. 0605 Demonstration Project on USERRA Enforcement Within the Federal Government
No. 0606 Can I Request DOJ Assistance After I Run out of Money To Pay My Lawyer?
No. 0611 Does USERRA Provide for Interest on Back Pay Awards?
No. 0614 Trilogy of New Rulings Affects Federal Employees
No. 0623 GAO Reports on USERRA Enforcement
No. 0632 I Want To Sue the Boss Personally
No. 0637 Does USERRA Apply to TSA Screeners?
No. 0706 Joint Employer Doctrine Revisited
No. 0707 KIA and USERRA: A claim can survive the death of the plaintiff
No. 0713 Willful USERRA Violation: Judge Determines Company’s Denial of Wrongdoing Is Not Credible
No. 0717 You Must Make an Effort To Mitigate Your Damages
No. 0722 Federal Circuit Reverses the MSPB, Again
No. 0726 MSPB Reversed, Yet Again
No. 0727 Federal Government Considered “Model Employer” Under USERRA
No. 0729 Kirkendall-VEOA and Equitable Tolling of Claim
No. 0730 Are Schedule C Employees Protected by USERRA?
No. 0731 Another Recent Case on Burden of Proof in USERRA
No. 0733 City of Columbus Held Not Liable for Suicide of Returning Veteran
No. 0734 GAO Reports on USERRA Enforcement
No. 0737 Right to Trial by Jury under USERRA
No. 0745 Recent Ohio Supreme Court Case on USERRA Enforcement
No. 0747 Russell v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
No. 0750 Target Hit: National Guard Member Wins USERRA Case Plus Tort Damages Under State Law
No. 0752 Habit Forming: Federal Circuit Reverses MSPB Two More Times
No. 0753 A “Motivating Factor”: USERRA Case Reiterates That Military Duty Need Only Contribute To Termination Of Employment To Be A Violation Of Law
No. 0754 Firmer Teeth: Legislation Introduced to Enhance USERRA Enforcement
No. 0755 The Federal Case: A Description of USERRA’s Enforcement Mechanisms for Complaints by Federal Government Employees
No. 0761 Veterans' Preference Act requires a federal agency to waive maximum age rule.
No. 0763 The Office of Personnel Management Has Specific Responsibilities Under USERRA
No. 0810 Attempt To Expedite USERRA Enforcement Process
No. 0813 Despite Its Longtime Contention, AAFES Is NOT Exempt From USERRA
No. 0815 New Reporting Requirement for ESGR Cases
No. 0825 Hard Cases Make Bad Law
No. 0826 Hard Cases Make Bad Law-Continued
No. 0844 Vacation Days: A recent settlement casts a new light on vacation accrual for Reservists who take time off for military training or service
No. 0847 Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0847 Update: Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0848 Enforcing USERRA against a State—Part 2
No. 0849 Unlawful to Fire Army Recruit
No. 0852 Intelligence Not Superior: USERRA applies to Intelligence agencies
No. 0857 You Cannot Waive Your Reemployment Rights Until You Return from Service
No. 0858 Right to Jury Trial and Liquidated Damages Survives Death of the Unlawfully Fired Employee
No. 0860 Harassment Is a Cognizable Claim under USERRA
No. 09001 Non-Pecuniary Damages Available Under USERRA
No. 09001-Update Non-Pecuniary Damages Available Under USERRA
No. 09002 Naval Reservist Wins USERRA Case Against San Diego Police Department
No. 09004 How to Prove a USERRA Discrimination Case—Continued
No. 09006 When Long Service Equals No Promotion You Don’t Need a Smoking Gun to Win a Section 4311 Case Under USERRA
No. 09009 Another New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 09010 You Must Apply for Reemployment after You Leave Active Duty
No. 09012 DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09012 Update: DOJ Sues NC to Enforce USERRA Regarding a Magistrate Who Is a Reservist
No. 09018 DOJ Sues Alabama DMHMR
No. 09022 Is Personal Animus Discrimination? A USERRA case may be headed to the Supreme Court.
No. 09022-Update Supreme Court Agrees To Review Unfavorable 7th Circuit Case
No. 09030 Justice Serves: DOJ sues Nevada and a Nevada corporation to enforce USERRA
No. 09031 DOJ Sues California Department of Corrections
No. 09034 Another Good Precedent on Reemployment Rights
No. 09036 Ethan Allen Is Rolling Over in his Grave
No. 09037 You Must Apply for Reemployment-Part 2
No. 09053 Joint Employment Doctrine Under USERRA-Continued
No. 09053-Update OSC Settles USERRA Case with DHS
No. 09056 Bugged: Be cautious about recording conversations with employers for use in USERRA cases
No. 09063 You Must Apply for Reemployment - Part 3
No. 10011 An Instructive New USERRA Case from Ohio
No. 10012 You Only Get One Chance To Make Your Case
No. 10014 11th Amendment Does Not Bar Suit against a State by the United States
No. 10015 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 10017 DLA Violates USERRA
No. 10027 DOJ Sues Company and Settles the Same Day
No. 10026 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause
No. 10031 DOJ Files and Settles on the Same Day, Again
*No. 10028 A Case Study of 38 U.S.C. Sections 4311 and 4312: Erickson v. United States Postal Service
No. 10029 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision Under USERRA
No. 10037 USERRA and Veterans’ Preference Laws Apply to California Court System
No. 10044 Federal Agency Employer Cannot Make You Quit the Reserves
No. 10046 USERRA Damages Can Be Awarded for Lost Military Pay
No. 10049 Injunctive Relief under USERRA
No. 10051 Alabama Ordered To Comply with USERRA
No. 10054 Don’t Do Your Reserve Work on Your Employer’s Time
No. 10066 USERRA Overrides Federal Agency Rule on “Outside Employment”
No. 10080 Congress Orders a New Demonstration Project on USERRA Enforcement
No. 10082 USERRA and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68, Offer of Judgment: Awards of Plaintiff's Attorney Fees and Prohibition of Charging Costs Under USERRA Are Not Affected by Rule 68.
No. 10087 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Initial Employment
No. 11003 The MSPB Is Finally Catching On
No. 11006 Important New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 11010 USERRA Section 4302 Does Not Bar Settlement of USERRA Claim
No. 11011 DOJ Settles USERRA Suit Against Titan Laboratories
No. 11012 Fourth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment for Employer
No. 11019 USERRA and Public Sector Pension Plans
No. 11028 Erickson v. United States Postal Service – Recent Implications to 38 U.S.C. 4311 & 4312
No. 11029 Tax Records in USERRA Cases: How Both Parties May Obtain Each Other's Private Financial Records
No. 11030 Does USERRA Provide a Remedy for Employer Harassment?
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11040 Suing a State Government Employer under USERRA
No. 11044 PTSD, USERRA, and the State of New Mexico
No. 11049 Another Case on State Sovereign Immunity under USERRA
No. 11052 DOL Closing Case as "Without Merit" Does Not Bind Claimant
No. 11058 Letter to DOJ about USERRA Enforcement
No. 11068 USERRA Protects the Co-Worker Who Testifies or Provides Information in a USERRA Case
No. 11067 Unfavorable 8th Circuit USERRA Case
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11074 Why Does a Case Take so Long?
No. 11075 The National Guard Must Be a Model Employer under USERRA
No. 11080 It Is Not Your Responsibility to Find a Replacement
No. 11081 Does DOL Delay Count Against Me in Timeliness of My Lawsuit?
No. 11082 Does USERRA Apply to Me?
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 11094 Matthew King's Application for UCX Did Not Justify His Firing
No. 11095 USERRA and the State of New Mexico—Part 2
No. 11102 Bunting v. Town of Ocean City Comes to a Conclusion
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12008 What Happens to My Stock Option Plan When I Get Mobilized?
No. 12010 Working at Your Civilian Job Prior to Reporting for Active Duty
No. 12011 Harassment as USERRA Violation
No. 12020 Reservists Should Be Permitted to Take Licensed Customs Broker Exams
No. 12024 Alternative Way to Enforce USERRA Against a State Government Employer
No. 12030 DOJ Sues UAL to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Air Guard Member
No. 12031 USERRA Plaintiff Does Not Have to Pay Filing Fee
No. 12032 Eleventh Circuit Affirms Judgment Against Alabama for Violating USERRA
No. 12033 Federal Arbitration Act Severely Limits Review of Arbitrator's Erroneous Ruling
No. 12035 OPM Director Announces Zero Toleration for USERRA Violations
No. 12036 ESGR Serving 40 Years and Counting
No. 12040 DOJ Sues Home Depot for Violating USERRA
No. 12043 Senator Introduces Bill to Improve USERRA
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12049 NY Court: Calculations for Military and Regular Leave Benefits Not the Same  
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12055 A Small Sacrifice Asked of the 99.25%
No. 12061 DOJ Settles USERRA Suit Filed Against United Airlines
No. 12067 Is Harassment a Cognizable Claim under USERRA—(Continued)
No. 12069 DOJ Sues Commonwealth of PA to Enforce USERRA and Secures a Great Settlement
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12075 Sixth Circuit Holds that Nashville-Davidson County Willfully Violated USERRA and Must Pay Liquidated Damages
No. 12076 Presidential Memorandum Gives Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Guidance to Federal Employers
No. 12078 Don’t Make Service Members Wait another 60 Years to Vote!
No. 12082 DOJ Gets Job Back for Mobilized Navy Reservist
No. 12083 DOJ Files Class Action USERRA Lawsuit against NYC
No. 12086 TSA Screeners Now Finally Have Enforceable USERRA Rights
No. 12096 Army Cadet Command Implicitly Admits that it Violated USERRA in its Treatment of ROTC Employee Michael Hanke
No. 12099 There’s a Hole in USERRA. Will States Fill it if Congress Won’t?
No. 12102 Coast Guard Reservist Mobilized Soon After Hired for New Job
No. 12103 Pension Credit for 1980s Military Service
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 12109 USERRA Forbids Discrimination with respect to Retention in Employment
No. 12115 Good News from Rhode Island on Enforcing USERRA against a State Agency as Employer
No. 12114 USERRA Does Not Apply to PHS Selection of PHS Officers
No. 12118 DOJ Sues NYC Internet Business for Violating USERRA
No. 12119 USERRA Forbids Discrimination in Employment Based on Uniformed Service—Not Limited to Reserve Component Service
No. 12120 Make the States Waive Sovereign Immunity Concerning USERRA Lawsuits or Lose Federal Funding—No, that Won’t Work
No. 12122 Does USERRA Violate the 10th Amendment?
No. 13004 USERRA Does Not Provide for Reemployment of Active Duty Service Member Who Starts Job while on Active Duty and Seeks Reemployment after a Deployment
No. 13021 Sergeant Major Erickson’s Struggle against the United States Postal Service Continues
No. 13022 The Escalator Can Descend as well as Ascend
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13027 ROA Files USERRA Amicus Brief in NM Appellate Court
No. 13028 DOJ Files Amicus Brief in NM Court of Appeals
No. 13029 Supreme Court Case Points Way to Effective Enforcement of USERRA against State Government Employers
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13032 A Great American Company Must Reemploy Great American Service Members
No. 13035 Another New and Favorable USERRA Case
No. 13036 Misconduct Leads to Mistrial
No. 13037 The Limit on Duration of Service only Includes Service after Starting the Relevant Job
No. 13042 ROA Member Files Two USERRA Lawsuits
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13056 California University of Pennsylvania Sued for Violating USERRA
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13064 Be Always Ready To Sue and Don’t Sleep on your Rights
No. 13066 Sometimes the Important Dog Is the One Who Does not Bark
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13074 Once You File with DOL-Vets, You Are Stuck with Them for Awhile
No. 13075 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update2: You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update3: You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13076 Public Employee Promotion Exam while Mobilized
No. 13077 The Escalator Can Descend
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13082 Escalator Principle Not Limited to Automatic Promotions—District of Puerto Rico Gets it Wrong
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13087 Do I Accrue Civilian Vacation while I Am away from my Civilian Job for Military Service?
No. 13090 DOJ and NYPD Settle USERRA Class Action Lawsuit
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 13092 Time off from Civilian Job for VA Medical Appointments—Good News from Louisiana
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA
No. 13095 Another USERRA Case Headed for Supreme Court
No. 13097 What Is a “Title 38 Employee?”
No. 13098 Interesting MSPB Case on USERRA
No. 13099 This Is Not your Father’s National Guard
No. 13104 How Do I Judge a USERRA Settlement Offer?
No. 13106 How Not To Treat a National Guard Member Who is Your Employee
No. 13108 Revising USERRA to Include Non-Pecuniary Compensatory Damages as Remedies
No. 13110 Special Protection against Discharge, Except for Cause, After Returning from Military Service
No. 13113 Pension Credit with State-Local Governments for Pre-1974 Military Service
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13124 Beware the Judgement-Proof Defendant
No. 13126 Sometimes DOL-VETS Is Not Totally Worthless
No. 13127 First Circuit Reemphasizes Broad Scope of the Escalator Principle
No. 13131 DOJ Files USERRA Lawsuit against Delaware Employer
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 13147 OSC Effectiveness in Enforcing USERRA against Federal Agencies as Employers
No. 13156 Counties and Other Political Subdivisions are not Immune - Western District of Virginia gets it Wrong
No. 13160 Significant Development Regarding Differential Pay for Federal Employees Mobilized Under "Voluntary" Authority
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14016 Class Action USERRA Lawsuit against American Airlines Concerning Insufficient Pension Contributions for Pilots Returning to Work after extended Military Leave
No. 14017 Statute of Limitations and the NYPD Class Action USERRA Laws
No. 14028 I Volunteered for Active Duty—Am I Elligible for Differential Pay as a Federal Civilian?
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14031 Veterans' Preference for State Employees in Washington
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14037 A Political Subdivision is not a State for 11th Amendment Purposes
No. 14036 Setback in Effort to Enforce USERRA against States as Employers
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14041 New Legislation in New Mexico for Service Members
No. 14046 Marine Corps Reservist Sues Village of Skokie for Violating USERRA
No. 14047 State and Local Government Employees Need Effective USERRA Protections
No. 14049 USERRA and State Sovereign—Good News from Tennessee
No. 14072 Don’t Quit your Job if you Want to Sue under USERRA
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15041 Seniority for PHS Officers within the BOP Medical System
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica  
No. 15063 New Favorable Case on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 15064 The MSPB Adjudicates Claims that Federal Executive Agencies Have Violated USERRA
No. 15073 Recent Favorable USERRA Case from Massachusetts
No. 15080 New NLRB Decision Points the Way to Stronger USERRA Enforcement
No. 15086 Sixth Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15088 Does USERRA Provide for the Recovery of Nonpecuniary and Punitive Damages?
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15098 SSGT Baldo Bello’s USERRA Lawsuit against the Village of Skokie
No. 15099 Under USERRA, the Employer Can Be Required To Pay the Prevailing Service Member’s Attorney Fees and Costs, but under no Circumstances Can the Service Member Be Required To Pay the Employer’s Fees and Costs
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 15103 Coast Guard Reservist Alleges USERRA Violations by Drug Enforcement Administration
No. 15104 Navy Reservist Survives Employer’s Motion for Summary Judgment but then Loses Jury Trial
No. 15105 Army Reservist Survives Summary Judgment in Section 4311 Case
No. 15106 Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 15107 Section 4311 of USERRA Protects Veterans as well as Currently Serving Reserve Component Members
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 16002 Interesting USERRA Discrimination Case
No. 16003 Section 4311 of USERRA Protects HR Professionals who Oppose USERRA Violations
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16008 Bello v. Village of Skokie—Continued
No. 16009 USERRA Rights of Wounded National Guard Technician
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16013 Recent Favorable Federal Circuit USERRA Decision
No. 16014 Another Recent Federal Sector USERRA Victory
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16031 Sergeant Kelly Hance’s USERRA Saga Continues
No. 16032 April 2016 Important New USERRA Pension Case
No. 16033 Don't Let the AFGE Override the USERRA Rights of PHS Officers Assigned to BOP
No. 16034 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers—Good News from New Mexico
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16047 Maryland Law Adds Two Critical Protections For Veterans
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16052 New Attempt to Preclude Forced Arbitration in USERRA Cases
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 16055 Department of the Army Flouts USERRA
No. 16059 Discrimination, Harassment, Spoliation, and USERRA
No. 16060 FedEx Violated USERRA in the Computation of a Bonus
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 16064 The Air Force Must Comply with USERRA
No. 16073 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Trying to Enlist
No. 16074 A New Case on USERRA and Forced Arbitration
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16095 USERRA, the SCRA, and Statutes of Limitation
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 16109 OSC Takes Action To Protect VA Whistleblower
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer
No. 16115 DOJ Announces New Effort To Enforce USERRA and SCRA
No. 16120 Amendments Proposed To Improve USERRA Enforcement
No. 16122 My Employer Fired me when I Was on the way out the Door
No. 16123 In a USERRA Case, the Veteran Plaintiff Cannot Be Required To Pay the Defendant’s Court Costs
No. 16124 Bad News from Virginia on Enforcing USERRA against State Agencies as Employers
No. 16126 Great New Third Circuit USERRA Precedent
No. 17009 If you Are Claiming that the Firing Violates USERRA, you Can Appeal to the MSPB even if you Are a New Federal Employee
No. 17010 USERRA Entitles You to Return to a Position of like Status
No. 17013 Because of NDAA 2017, National Guard Technicians No Longer Receive Paid Military Leave under 5 U.S.C. 6323 while on AGR Duty
No. 17016 Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA: A Case Study
No. 17017 Case Study in Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 17022 USERRA and the Tax Bump
No. 17023 Pro Bono Attorney Does Great Job for USERRA Claimant
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?
No. 17032 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers

No. 17033
Can You Sue the State of Tennessee for Violating USERRA?
No. 17035 USERRA Rights of Airline Pilot Injured while on Active Duty
No. 17040 With only one Remaining Member, the MSPB is Constrained


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1.5 USERRA Arbitration
No. 149 You Are Not Required To Arbitrate Your USERRA Complaint
No 149-Update
No. 0619 Mandatory Arbitration Mandate: Court Ruling Sets Back USERRA Enforcement
No. 0639 Mandatory Arbitration-Continued
No. 0847 Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0847 Update: Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 11091 USERRA Claims Should Not Be Subject to Binding Arbitration Agreements
No. 12033 Federal Arbitration Act Severely Limits Review of Arbitrator's Erroneous Ruling
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA&
No. 15053 USERRA 101 Final Exam
No. 15089 Proposals to Improve USERRA
No. 15109 Amend the SCRA To Preclude Predispute Binding Arbitration Clauses
No. 16033 Don't Let the AFGE Override the USERRA Rights of PHS Officers Assigned to BOP
No. 16052 New Attempt to Preclude Forced Arbitration in USERRA Cases
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 16074 A New Case on USERRA and Forced Arbitration
No. 16109 OSC Takes Action To Protect VA Whistleblower
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration

1.6 USERRA Statute of Limitations
No. 0724 Does USERRA Have a Statute of Limitations?
No. 0724-Update Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0725 Contractual Statute of Limitations Held To Apply To USERRA Case
No. 0725-Update Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0729 Kirkendall-VEOA and Equitable Tolling of Claim
No. 0824 USERRA and Statute of Limitations-Continued
No. 0824-Update Legislation Precluding Statutes of Limitation in USERRA Cases
No. 0847 Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 0847-Update: Proposed Servicemembers Access to Justice Act
No. 09025 No Time Limit on Justice for the Returning Veteran
No. 09048 No Time Limit on Justice for the Returning Veteran—Part 2
No. 10011 An Instructive New USERRA Case from Ohio
No. 10012 You Only Get One Chance To Make Your Case
No. 11081 Does DOL Delay Count Against Me in Timeliness of My Lawsuit?
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 13133 NYPD Violates USERRA Again
No. 14017 Statute of Limitations and the NYPD Class Action USERRA Laws
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 16009 USERRA Rights of Wounded National Guard Technician
No. 16014 Another Recent Federal Sector USERRA Victory
No. 16065 Right to Paid Military Leave Is a Matter of State Law, not USERRA
No. 16095 USERRA, the SCRA, and Statutes of Limitation
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer

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1.7 USERRA Regulations
*No. 120 Letter to Congress About USERRA Regulations
*No. 169 Where Oh Where Have The USERRA Regulations Gone?
No. 0604 Department of Labor’s New Regulations Give Reservists a Boost Under USERRA
No. 09031 DOJ Sues California Department of Corrections
No. 10021 The Civilian Employer Does Not Get a Veto
No. 10037 USERRA and Veterans’ Preference Laws Apply to California Court System
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12007 Can I Sell My Holiday Time?
No. 12010 Working at Your Civilian Job Prior to Reporting for Active Duty
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12089 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 12090 You only Need one Employee to Be an Employer for Purposes of USERRA
No. 12107 Reemployment Rights for Laid Off Employees
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 12112 I Need Time off from my Job to Travel to my Drill Weekend
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13037 The Limit on Duration of Service only Includes Service after Starting the Relevant Job
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13064 Be Always Ready  To Sue and Don’t Sleep on your Rights
No. 13067 Notice Before and Documentation After Military Service
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13076 Public Employee Promotion Exam while Mobilized
No. 13077 The Escalator Can Descend
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13084 DOJ Sues Flight Safety Services Corporation to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Two Air Force Reservists
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13151 I Think that my Employer Must Make both the Employer and the Employee Contributions to my Pension Plan
No. 13153 Is it Unlawful for my Civilian Employer to Contact the Commanding Officer of my National Guard Unit?
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14020 New Jersey Teachers Must be Credited for Military Service Time for Purposes of Layoffs and Recalls from Layoff
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14040 Is the Service Member Required to Keep the Employer Informed of Extensions of the Active Duty Period?
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14045 What is an Application for Reemployment?
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15035 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit and the Initial Period of Obligated Service
No. 15036 Time off from Work for Short Periods of National Guard Training
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15037 Reemployment Rights for Wounded Warriors
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15058 What Is “Chevron Deference?”
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15081 You Must Leave Active Duty and Apply for Reemployment to Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for your Military Service Time
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 15100 The French Company Fired my Wife!
No. 16020 USERRA Applies to Paid Internships
No. 16026 What Is Reasonable Certainty?
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16029 Dot the Is and Cross the Ts To Obtain Reemployment
No. 16035 USERRA Applies to Local Government
No. 16050 DOJ Wins USERRA Case
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement
No. 16125 Under USERRA, you Have the Right To Take “Paid Time Off” for Military Duty
No. 16127 It Is Unlawful for an Employer To Delay Reemployment by Demanding Documentation that Is Not Readily Available.
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator

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1.8 USERRA—Relationship Between USERRA and other Laws/Policies
Mississippi
Missouri
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
Ohio
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia

No. 018 USERRA and Employer Policies
No. 025 Use of Federal Government Equipment & Time for Unit Activities
No. 054 Uniformed Service Counts Toward FMLA Thresholds
*No. 080 USERRA and the FLSA
No. 090 Key Employee Program
No. 094 USERRA Overrides State Hiring Freeze
No. 106 Don’t Try To Work At Your Civilian Job While On Active Duty
No. 119 State Law Cannot Limit Pension Credit
No. 133 States Laws, USERRA, and a $10,000 Judgment
No. 157 Relationship Between Union Agreements And USERRA
No. 181 Key Employee Program Continued
No. 0748 Federal Law and New York Law Covering Non-Federal Public Employees in New York and Military Service
*No. 0765 Reservist Loses Job for Collecting Undeserved Benefits
No. 0803 First Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute:  Fishgold v. Sullivan Drydock & Repair Corp.
No. 0820 Third Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute: Aeronautical Industrial District Lodge 727 v. Campbell
No. 0843 Important New Law for Military Families Affects Civilian Employers
No. 0845 Law Gives Small Businesses Tax Credit on Differential Pay
No. 0857 You Cannot Waive Your Reemployment Rights Until You Return from Service
No. 0858 Right to Jury Trial and Liquidated Damages Survives Death of the Unlawfully Fired Employee
No. 09026 Mobilized Reservists and the Chicago Fire Department
No. 09033 Promotion and Pay Raise Delayed by Military Service--Am I Entitled to Back Pay?
No. 10004 Generous Employer Not Required to Remain Generous
No. 10015 Escalator Principle Applies to Entire Period of Military-Related Absence
No. 10022 USERRA Applies in Determining Career Overtime Average for Pension Purposes
No. 10017 DLA Violates USERRA
No. 10019 The Cost to Employers: Call-ups of Citizen Warriors have hit small businesses hard, but a larger economic impact is at stake
No. 10024 Health Insurance Continuation During Service
No. 10023 Reinstatement of Health Insurance Coverage after Return from Military Service
No. 10025 Union Tries To Make Returning Veterans Pay Back Dues upon Reemployment
No. 10030 Prior Notice to the Civilian Employer Need Not Be in Writing
No. 10082 USERRA and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68, Offer of Judgment: Awards of Plaintiff's Attorney Fees and Prohibition of Charging Costs Under USERRA Are Not Affected by Rule 68.
No. 10098 Paid Military Leave for National Guard Technicians
No. 11006 Important New Case on USERRA Discrimination
No. 11010 USERRA Section 4302 Does Not Bar Settlement of USERRA Claim
No. 11019 USERRA and Public Sector Pension Plans
No. 11023 The Case of the Misplaced Parentheses: Punctuation can impact USERRA five-year rule.
No. 11026 Can We Fire Him for Going over the Five-Year Limit?
No. 11030 Does USERRA Provide a Remedy for Employer Harassment?
No. 11032 When may a Washington State government-employee veteran increase their score on a promotion exam?
No. 11033 New York Court of Appeals Clarifies Protections for Military Members Under State Law
No. 11034 Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 11037 Federal Contractor Affirmative Action for Hiring Veterans
No. 11044 PTSD, USERRA, and the State of New Mexico
No. 11046 FMLA and USERRA
No. 11049 Another Case on State Sovereign Immunity under USERRA
No. 11067 Unfavorable 8th Circuit USERRA Case
No. 11073 Another Great USERRA Appellate Case
No. 11075 The National Guard Must Be a Model Employer under USERRA
No. 11081 Does DOL Delay Count Against Me in Timeliness of My Lawsuit?
No. 11088 You Can Sue a City in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 11089 Veterans Opportunity to Work Act of 2011
No. 11094 Matthew King's Application for UCX Did Not Justify His Firing
No. 11095 USERRA and the State of New Mexico—Part 2
No. 11110 As Civilian Employer, Army Harasses and Abuses Disabled Veteran
No. 11111 Conflict Between National Guard Drill and Civilian Job
No. 12001 Oklahoma Attorney Gets It Wrong on USERRA
No. 12011 Harassment as USERRA Violation
No. 12012 USERRA and the Fair Labor Standards Act
No. 12015 USERRA's Special Protection Period Against Discharge Upon Reemployment
No. 12024 Alternative Way to Enforce USERRA Against a State Government Employer
No. 12028 USERRA and the FMLA
No. 12029 USERRA and the FMLA- Part II
No. 12030 DOJ Sues UAL to Enforce USERRA Pension Rights of Air Guard Member
No. 12031 USERRA Plaintiff Does Not Have to Pay Filing Fee
No. 12032 Eleventh Circuit Affirms Judgment Against Alabama for Violating USERRA
No. 12033 Federal Arbitration Act Severely Limits Review of Arbitrator's Erroneous Ruling
No. 12034 Coast Guard Reservist Needs Drill Credit for Medical Appointment
No. 12035 OPM Director Announces Zero Tolerance for USERRA Violations
No. 12038 Why Can't I Retire From My Civilian Job While I am on Active Duty?
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12050 USERRA Applies to Short and Long Periods of Service
No. 12051 USERRA and Public Sector Defined Benefit Pension Plans
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 12054 Reemployment Rights in Student Job on Campus
No. 12055 A Small Sacrifice Asked of the 99.25%
No. 12059 Meet USERRA Eligibility Criteria in Order to Gain USERRA Pension Credit
No. 12061 DOJ Settles USERRA Suit Filed Against United Airlines
No. 12063 Bill Introduced to Narrow One of USERRA's Affirmative Defenses
No. 12064 UCX Payments for Unemployed Veterans
No. 12067 Is Harassment a Cognizable Claim under USERRA—(Continued)
No. 12070 Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time before 1994
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12075 Sixth Circuit Holds that Nashville-Davidson County Willfully Violated USERRA and Must Pay Liquidated Damages
No. 12086 TSA Screeners Now Finally Have Enforceable USERRA Rights
No. 12090 You only Need one Employee to Be an Employer for Purposes of USERRA
No. 12099 There’s a Hole in USERRA. Will States Fill it if Congress Won’t?
No. 12100 Yes You Can Double-Dip!
No. 12104 DOJ Expands Investigation of USERRA Violations by NYC
No. 12105 What Are the Reserve Components?
No. 12107 Reemployment Rights for Laid Off Employees
No. 12108 DOJ Sues NC School District on Behalf of Army Reservist
No. 12115 Good News from Rhode Island on Enforcing USERRA against a State Agency as Employer
No. 12114 USERRA Does Not Apply to PHS Selection of PHS Officers
No. 12112 I Need Time off from my Job to Travel to my Drill Weekend
No. 12116 Contractor Employees in Afghanistan Are Not Protected by the SCRA or USERRA
No. 12120 Make the States Waive Sovereign Immunity Concerning USERRA Lawsuits or Lose Federal Funding—No, that Won’t Work
No. 12122 Does USERRA Violate the 10th Amendment?
No. 13025 The Escalator and the Sequester
No. 13027 ROA Files USERRA Amicus Brief in NM Appellate Court
No. 13028 DOJ Files Amicus Brief in NM Court of Appeals
No. 13029 Supreme Court Case Points Way to Effective Enforcement of USERRA against State Government Employers
No. 13031 State of Nevada Finally Complies with USERRA
No. 13034 Does Medical Hold Time Count toward the Individual’s Five Year Limit under USERRA?
No. 13037 The Limit on Duration of Service only Includes Service after Starting the Relevant Job
No. 13041 USERRA Overrides Agreement You Signed when You Were Hired
No. 13042 ROA Member Files Two USERRA Lawsuits
No. 13043 USERRA and the Collective Bargaining Agreement—What Is the Limit on Duration of my Active Duty?
No. 13045 One Year of Back Pay Is not Enough
No. 13048 Incentives for Civilian Employers of Reserve Component Members
No. 13054 Not All USERRA Plaintiffs Are Successful
No. 13056 California University of Pennsylvania Sued for Violating USERRA
No. 13057 Don’t Use your Employer’s Computer for Navy Reserve Work
No. 13058 Time off from Civilian Job for Travel and Rest in Connection with Drill Weekend
No. 13061 Right to Health Insurance Reinstatement when Returning to Work after Military Service
No. 13064 Be Always Ready  To Sue and Don’t Sleep on your Rights
No. 13066 Sometimes the Important Dog Is the One Who Does not Bark
No. 13071 New Washington Law Protects Students who  Are Members of the National Guard or Reserve
No. 13073 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer-Good News from Wisconsin
No. 13075 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13075-Update2 You Can Sue a Political Subdivision in Federal Court under USERRA
No. 13076 Public Employee Promotion Exam while Mobilized
No. 13077 The Escalator Can Descend
No. 13080 Federal Civilian Employees Who Are Disabled Veterans Have the Right to Time off from their Jobs for Medical Treatment—Thank You President Hoover
No. 13081 DOJ Sues Cook County for Violating USERRA Pension Rights of Army Reserve Nurse
No. 13083 Don’t Tell your Civilian Employer that you Are Considering Enlistment
No. 13085 Federal Employees Are Protected from the Descending Escalator
No. 13087 Do I Accrue Civilian Vacation while I Am away from my Civilian Job for Military Service?
No. 13091 Political Subdivisions of States Do Not Have 11th Amendment Immunity
No. 13092 Time off from Civilian Job for VA Medical Appointments—Good News from Louisiana
No. 13093 Time off from Civilian Job To See Wife Return from Afghanistan—Good News from Maryland
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA
No. 13095 Another USERRA Case Headed for Supreme Court
No. 13097 What Is a “Title 38 Employee?”
No. 13098 Interesting MSPB Case on USERRA
No. 13099 This Is Not your Father’s National Guard
No. 13104 How Do I Judge a USERRA Settlement Offer?
No. 13105 Beware of the Tax Bump
No. 13108 Revising USERRA to Include Non-Pecuniary Compensatory Damages as Remedies
No. 13112 Online Sources for Comprehensive Lists of State Benefits for Veterans
No. 13113 Pension Credit with State-Local Governments for Pre-1974 Military Service
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13117 Applying for Reemployment is not Applying for Employment
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13133 NYPD Violates USERRA Again
No. 13138 USERRA Pension Credit for Military Service Beyond Five Years
No. 13142 Texas Teacher Retirement System PDF Gets USERRA Wrong
No. 13143 I Signed a Contract and Received a Corporate Signing Bonus, and Now I Have Joined the Army
No. 13145 Important New USERRA Case in Fifth Circuit
No. 13151 I Think that my Employer Must Make both the Employer and the Employee Contributions to my Pension Plan
No. 13153 Is it Unlawful for my Civilian Employer to Contact the Commanding Officer of my National Guard Unit?
No. 13156 Counties and Other Political Subdivisions are not Immune - Western District of Virginia gets it Wrong
No. 13160 Significant Development Regarding Differential Pay for Federal Employees Mobilized Under "Voluntary" Authority
No. 14003 Enforcing USERRA against the State of Missouri
No. 14002 Ethan Allen is still Rolling over in his Grave
No. 14004 Sergeant Major Erickson's Saga Continues
No. 14005 Abandonment Doctrine Rests on Slender Reed
No. 14013 DD-214 Delay Could Delay Retirement from Civilian Career
No. 14012 Returning to Work with Two Bad Shoulders
No. 14015 Civilian Pension Credit for Long Period of Military Service
No. 14020 New Jersey Teachers Must be Credited for Military Service Time for Purposes of Layoffs and Recalls from Layoff
No. 14019 New Jersey Teachers Receive Seniority Credit for Wartime Military Service, Even if it was before Start of Teaching Career
No. 14017 Statute of Limitations and the NYPD Class Action USERRA Laws
No. 14022 Make-Up Contributions to Your Defined Contribution Pension Plan
No. 14027 I am a Disabled Veteran and a Federal Employee—Am I Entitled to Leave Without Pay for a Medical Condition that is not Service-Connected?
No. 14024 The Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
No. 14028 I Volunteered for Active Duty—Am I Elligible for Differential Pay as a Federal Civilian?
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14031 Veterans' Preference for State Employees in Washington
No. 14032 New USERRA Case from the 8th Circuit
No. 14037 A Political Subdivision is not a State for 11th Amendment Purposes
No. 14036 Setback in Effort to Enforce USERRA against States as Employers
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14034 What is the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act?
No. 14041 New Legislation in New Mexico for Service Members
No. 14044 South Carolina Department of Corrections Fails to Reinstate Health Insurance Coverage of Returning National Guard Member
No. 14046 Marine Corps Reservist Sues Village of Skokie for Violating USERRA
No. 14049 USERRA and State Sovereign—Good News from Tennessee
No. 14072 Don’t Quit your Job if you Want to Sue under USERRA
No. 14074 Right to Use Vacation Days for Military Service
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15030 You Have the Right to Time off from your Teaching Job for Military Service, under both State and Federal Law
No. 15033 Relationship between USERRA and Tennessee Law for Corrections Officers
No. 15046 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 5
No. 15045 Reemployment Rights with the Successor in Interest
No. 15041 Seniority for PHS Officers within the BOP Medical System
No. 15039 Federal Law Protects Students Called to the Colors during a Semester, But it Does not Help the Student who Must Miss a few Days for Drills or Annual Training
No. 15050 Reemployment Rights as an ANG Technician
No. 15051 Delaware Falls Short in Accommodating Deployed Service Members and Military Spouses
No. 15054 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 6
No. 15055 You Must Apply for Reemployment—Part 7
No. 15057 Returning to Police Officer Job with PTSD
No. 15058 What Is “Chevron Deference?”
No. 15059 Does USERRA Provide for Disparate Impact Liability?
No. 15060 Beware of Asserting Inconsistent Claims
No. 15062 Update on Angiuoni v. Town of Billerica
No. 15065 It Is not your Responsibility To Document your Physical and Psychological Readiness To Return to Work
No. 15066 Calling you an Independent Contractor Does Not Make you one.
No. 15070 What Happens when your Probationary Period Is Interrupted by a Call to the Colors?
No. 15073 Recent Favorable USERRA Case from Massachusetts
No. 15075 USERRA Applies to Voluntary as well as Involuntary Military Service
No. 15080 New NLRB Decision Points the Way to Stronger USERRA Enforcement
No. 15082 You Must Stay within the Five-Year Limit To Obtain Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Time
No. 15083 Yes, You Can Purchase State Public Employee Retirement Credit for Service Academy Time, at Least in California
No. 15086 Sixth Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15087 Seventh Circuit Reverses Unfavorable District Court USERRA Decision
No. 15091 The National Guard Makes up more than Half of Reserve Component Strength
No. 15092 2015 New Jersey Military Law Symposium
No. 15093 Having a National Guard Member as an Employee Is a Pain, But you Can Handle it.
No. 15094 Unfavorable Sixth Circuit USERRA Case
No. 15097 As an Employer, New York City Mistreats Marine Corps Reserve Officer
No. 15098 SSGT Baldo Bello’s USERRA Lawsuit against the Village of Skokie
No. 15099 Under USERRA, the Employer Can Be Required To Pay the Prevailing Service Member’s Attorney Fees and Costs, but under no Circumstances Can the Service Member Be Required To Pay the Employer’s Fees and Costs
No. 15100 The French Company Fired my Wife!
No. 15101 Location Is an Aspect of Status
No. 15104 Navy Reservist Survives Employer’s Motion for Summary Judgment but then Loses Jury Trial
No. 15108 NDAA 2016 Fixes USERRA Glitch
No. 15111 Congress Should Amend USERRA To Provide for Enforcement against Indian Tribes as Employers
No. 15112 Which Employers Are Exempt from USERRA Enforcement?
No. 16005 Don’t Burn the Bridge back to your Pre-Service Job
No. 16006 New Appellate Case on Veterans’ Preference
No. 16007 You Have the Right to Reemployment and the Employer Must Accommodate your Temporary Disability
No. 16008 Bello v. Village of Skokie—Continued
No. 16009 USERRA Rights of Wounded National Guard Technician
No. 16012 Enforcing USERRA against a Federal Agency
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16018 Favorable Appellate Decision on Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 16022 What Is Seniority?
No. 16024 West Virginia Legislature Enacts Confusing New Law on Veterans’ Preference in Private Sector Employment
No. 16025 Airline Employer Must Make Contributions to your Airline Pension Account when you Return from Military Service
No. 16027 The Employer Has No Right To Demand Documentation for Short Periods of Military Training or Service
No. 16031 Sergeant Kelly Hance’s USERRA Saga Continues
No. 16032 April 2016 Important New USERRA Pension Case
No. 16033 Don't Let the AFGE Override the USERRA Rights of PHS Officers Assigned to BOP
No. 16034 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers—Good News from New Mexico
No. 16036 It Is Illegal for the Air Force To Discriminate against an Air Force Reservist in Hiring for a Civilian Position
No. 16037 Affirmative Defenses under USERRA
No. 16038 Pension Rights in a Defined Contribution Plan
No. 16042 Illinois Law Protects Post-Secondary Students Called to the Colors
No. 16047 Maryland Law Adds Two Critical Protections For Veterans
No. 16049 The Right to 15 Days of Paid Military Leave Applies to Federal Employees, Not Employees of Federal Contractors
No. 16052 New Attempt to Preclude Forced Arbitration in USERRA Cases
No. 16054 Retroactive Pay Increase and Section 4318 of USERRA
No. 16059 Discrimination, Harassment, Spoliation, and USERRA
No. 16061 Reinstatement Rights as a Title 32 AGR after Title 10 Statutory Tour
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 16065 Right to Paid Military Leave Is a Matter of State Law, not USERRA
No. 16067 USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Applies to the Employer Relationship
No. 16074 A New Case on USERRA and Forced Arbitration
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16093 Section 4312(e)(1)(A) Authorizes a Delay in your Application for Reemployment; It Does not Give you Two Years off from Work.
No. 16094 New USERRA Lawsuit Filed against UAL over Pension Contributions, Sick Time Accrual, and Vacation Accrual
No. 16096 USERRA Overrides the Collective Bargaining Agreement
No. 16097 USERRA Obligations of the Administrator of a Multi-Employer Pension Plan
No. 16099 The Client Is Responsible for Court Costs as Incurred
No. 16100 Don’t Do Military Duty on a Sick Leave Day
No. 16101 USERRA in the Virginia Supreme Court
No. 16102 ROA Files an Amicus Curiae Brief in the Federal Circuit
No. 16103 Update on Protecting the Civilian Jobs of National Guard Members on State Active Duty
No. 16105 The Posse Comitatus Act and the Activated Reservist
No. 16106 How Does Section 4318 of USERRA Apply to the Regular Military Retiree who Leaves a Federal Civilian Job To Return to Active Duty, Completes a Period of Voluntary Active Duty, Returns to Federal Civilian Employment, and then Retires?
No. 16109 OSC Takes Action To Protect VA Whistleblower
No. 16110 Ninth Circuit Holds that USERRA Does Not Preclude Forced Arbitration
No. 16112 You Are Not Required To Provide your Employer a Copy of your Orders when you Notify your Employer that you Active Duty Has Been Extended
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer
No. 16114 USERRA Rights of Discharged Major Who Has Been Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and Returned to Active Duty Retroactively by the Board for Correction of Military Records
No. 16116 New Federal Employee Should Make Deposit for Previous Active Duty
No. 16121 When I Return to Work after Military Service, How Much Will I Have To Pay To Reinstate my FERS Retirement Account?
No. 16122 My Employer Fired me when I Was on the way out the Door
No. 16123 In a USERRA Case, the Veteran Plaintiff Cannot Be Required To Pay the Defendant’s Court Costs
No. 16124 Bad News from Virginia on Enforcing USERRA against State Agencies as Employers
No. 16125 Under USERRA, you Have the Right To Take “Paid Time Off” for Military Duty
No. 16126 Great New Third Circuit USERRA Precedent
No. 16127 It Is Unlawful for an Employer To Delay Reemployment by Demanding Documentation that Is Not Readily Available.
No. 17002 USERRA and the Military Personnel Officer
No. 17009 If you Are Claiming that the Firing Violates USERRA, you Can Appeal to the MSPB even if you Are a New Federal Employee
No. 17011 Congress Amends USERRA To Provide Reemployment Rights to Urban Search and Rescue Personnel
No. 17013 Because of NDAA 2017, National Guard Technicians No Longer Receive Paid Military Leave under 5 U.S.C. 6323 while on AGR Duty
No. 17014 If a Reserve Component Service Member Is Called to or Retained on Active Duty for Medical Treatment, that Period of Active Duty Should Be Exempted from the Computation of the Member’s Five-Year Limit.
No. 17016 Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA: A Case Study
No. 17017 Case Study in Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 17022 USERRA and the Tax Bump
No. 17023 Pro Bono Attorney Does Great Job for USERRA Claimant
No. 17028 Federal Employee Is Exempted from the Descending Escalator
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?
No. 17031 How Does USERRA’s Escalator Principle Apply to Government Contractors
No. 17032 Enforcing USERRA against State Government Employers

No. 17033
Can You Sue the State of Tennessee for Violating USERRA?

No. 17035 USERRA Rights of Airline Pilot Injured while on Active Duty
No. 17036 USERRA and SCRA Coverage for National Guard Members Serving on “Full Time National Guard Duty”


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1.10 Vacation Benefits
No. 09003 Eleventh Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Eagar v. Magma Copper Co., 389 U.S. 323 (1967)

2.0 Paid Leave For Government Employees Who Are Reserve Component Members.
Under 5 U.S.C. 6323, Federal civilian employees who are members of the National Guard or Reserve receive 120 hours per fiscal year of paid military leave. Most states have similar laws for state and local government employees. The following articles discuss those laws.

Mississippi
Missouri
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
Ohio
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia

No. 033 Paid Military Leave for Federal Employees. November 2001
No. 047 Good News from California. June 2002.
No. 062 Paid Military Leave for Federal Civilian Employees. December 2002
*No. 071 Paid Leave for Federal Employees Performing PHS Service. March-April 2003
No.126 Paid Military Leave for Federal Employees
*No. 141 Paid Military Leave for Federal Employees Continued (Correction 12/05/04)
No. 151 Federal Employees Who Took Military Leave before 2001 May Be Entitled to Compensation
No. 0614 Trilogy of New Rulings Affects Federal Employees
No. 0752 Habit Forming: Federal Circuit reverses MSPB two more times
No. 0835 Paid Military Leave for Federal Employees on Long-Term Military Duty
*No. 10003 Differential Pay for Federal Employees
No. 10010 Differential Pay for Federal Employees—Continued
No. 10098 Paid Military Leave for National Guard Technicians
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 13008 NDAA 2013 Promotes Fairness for Coast Guard Reserve
No. 13009 Differential Pay for Federal Employees Called to Active Duty for Contingency Service
No. 13033 Right to Federal Employee Differential Pay Continues if Retained on Active Duty due to Combat Wound
No. 13115 Notice to your Civilian Employer before AGR Duty
No. 13118 Paid Military Leave for Military Retiree Who Returns to Active Duty
No. 13160 Significant Development Regarding Differential Pay for Federal Employees Mobilized Under "Voluntary" Authority
No. 14028 I Volunteered for Active Duty—Am I Elligible for Differential Pay as a Federal Civilian?
No. 14029 DOJ Sues Missouri Adjutant General under USERRA
No. 14030 One Week of Excused Absence for Federal Employee Returning from Mobilization
No. 14076 DOJ Sues Adjutant General of Missouri for Violating USERRA and Survives Motion to Dismiss
No. 15033 Relationship between USERRA and Tennessee Law for Corrections Officers
No. 15056 What Is “Service in the Uniformed Services” for USERRA Purposes?
No. 16015 Differential Pay—Don’t Abuse your Employer’s Generosity
No. 16021 Does USERRA Give me the Right to Time Off from my Civilian Job for an Interview about Reassignment to a new Guard Unit?
No. 16049 The Right to 15 Days of Paid Military Leave Applies to Federal Employees, Not Employees of Federal Contractors
No. 16051 Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act of 2015
No. 16077 USERRA Gives you the Right to Time off from your Federal Civilian Job for Inactive Duty Training on a Weekday
No. 16117 Reservists Called to Active Duty under 10 U.S.C. 12304b Are Not Eligible for Differential Pay as Federal Civilian Employees
No. 16118 The Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB)—First you Must Apply for a Regular Absentee Ballot before you Can Submit a Completed FWAB
No. 16119 Differential Pay for Federal Employees Who Were Recalled to Active Duty To Respond to the Deepwater Horizon Disaster
No. 17013 Because of NDAA 2017, National Guard Technicians No Longer Receive Paid Military Leave under 5 U.S.C. 6323 while on AGR Duty

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3.0 Reserve Retirement And Civilian Employment.
Section 12736 of title 10 (10 U.S.C. 12736) provides that it is unlawful to deny you civilian employment retirement credit for a period of military service on the grounds that you are receiving Reserve (age 60) retirement credit for the same period of service. This section and its implications are discussed in the following articles.

*No. 002 Pension Credit for Military Service that Predates Civilian Employment. March 1998
No. 013 Pension Credit for Pre-Employment Military Service. June 2000
No. 015 Pension Credit for Military Service Continued. August 2000
*No. 016 Department Involvement in State Issues. September 2000
No. 021 State Retirement Credit for Military Service. Virginia Agrees with ROA’s Position. December 2000
No. 048 Retirement Benefits for Government Employees Who Are Reservists. July-August 2002
No. 057 State ‘No Double-Dipping’ Rules Violate Federal Law. November 2002
No. 138 Pension Credit for Military Service—Continued
No. 139 Pension Credit for Military Service
No. 167 Pension Rights of Federal Employees Returning from Military Service
No. 0607 How Does USERRA Apply To the Relationship Among Employers and Pension Plan Administrators?
No. 10007 Active Duty that Enables You to Receive Reserve Retirement before Your 60th Birthday
No. 12059 Meet USERRA Eligibility Criteria in Order to Gain USERRA Pension Credit
No. 12100 Yes You Can Double-Dip!
No. 13133 NYPD Violates USERRA Again
No. 13150 Credit for Military Time for Leave Accrual Purposes as a Federal Employee
No. 16038 Pension Rights in a Defined Contribution Plan
No. 16040 Buying Federal Civil Service Retirement Credit for Years Spent at a Service Academy, Even if you are a Military Retiree
No. 16091 Section 12736 Overrides State “No Double Dipping” Laws
No. 16116 New Federal Employee Should Make Deposit for Previous Active Duty

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3.1 USERRA- Federal Employment
No. 0637 Does USERRA Apply To TSA Screeners?
No. 11076 Active Duty Time Counts for Federal Civilian Leave Accrual Purposes, Part 2
No. 15079 Unlawful for Federal Agency to Fire Employee for Contacting Congress
No. 15085 Purchasing Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for Active Military Service before You Began Your Federal Civilian Career

4.0 Soldiers’ And Sailors’ Civil Relief Act (SSCRA) And The Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
The SSCRA confers many important rights upon military personnel, especially Reserve component personnel called to active duty. On 19 December 2003, President Bush signed the Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act (SCRA), a comprehensive rewrite of the SSCRA. The SCRA continues the protections included in the SSCRA and adds several important new protections. The following articles deal with the SSCRA and SCRA.

*No. 066 Letter to the Department of Justice About the SSCRA. March-April 2003.  
No. 092 Going on the Offensive Using Section 590 of the SSCRA. October 2003.  
No. 116 Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act
No. 191 Sometimes David Does Beat Goliath
No. 09047 Improve The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
No. 10085 Improve the SCRA: Progress Made and What Remains To Be Done
No. 12045 Waiver of Rights Under SCRA
No. 12046 Should We Tell the Employers Now or Wait?
No. 12062 What is a "Frontiero Refrigerator?"
No. 12116 Contractor Employees in Afghanistan Are Not Protected by the SCRA or USERRA
No. 13030 Important Recent Case on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
No. 13121 Maintaining Domicile and Avoiding State Income Tax while on National Guard AGR Tour
No. 13152 The Service Members Civil Relief Act Does Not Bar all Lawsuits Against Active Duty Service Members
No. 13158 Why are Service Members Treated Differently?
No. 14008 SCRA and Disability Income Replacement Insurance
No. 15061 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act only Protects Service Members
No. 15115 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Has Moved
No. 16019 Does Army National Guard Recruit Have Right to Get out of Apartment Lease?
No. 16038 Pension Rights in a Defined Contribution Plan
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 17036 USERRA and SCRA Coverage for National Guard Members Serving on “Full Time National Guard Duty”


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4.1 Right to Interest Rate Reduction upon Mobilization
No. 001 Cathey v. Bancorp South: David Beats Goliath in Federal Court. October 2001.
No. 045 USERRA and SSCRA Coverage for National Guard Members. June 2002
No. 112 Interest Rate Cap After Mobilization
*No. 09046 SCRA Does Not Protect You from Unreasonable Overdraft Fees
No. 11014 Student Loans Are Now Subject to SCRA 6% Interest Rate Cap
*No. 11016 Debt Collectors’ Trade Association Acknowledges SCRA
No. 11048 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and Foreclosure
No. 12110 SCRA as Solution to Problem of Student Loan Debt for Service Members—Not so Fast
No. 13052 The SCRA and the “Collection Fee” on my College Tuition
No. 13158 Why are Service Members Treated Differently?
No. 13168 Interest Rate Reduction upon Mobilization
No. 14025 SCRA Interest Rate Reduction Does Not Mean Taxable Incom
No. 15109 Amend the SCRA To Preclude Predispute Binding Arbitration Clauses
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA

4.2 Right to Terminate a Lease or Contract upon Mobilization
*No. 072 Right To Get out of a Lease. March-April 2003
No. 110 Terminating a Vehicle Lease Upon Mobilization
*No. 0641 Bill Introduced To Permit Recallees To Terminate Cell Phone Contracts
*No. 0641-Update: Termination or Suspension of Cell Phone Contracts When Deployed
*No. 09035 SCRA’s New Cell-Phone Contract Termination Provision: A Welcome Provision, But Limited in Scope
No. 09044 Get Out of Lease upon Mobilization
No. 10079 Congress Strengthens SCRA Provision on Terminating Lease of Premises or Vehicle upon Activation, Deployment, or PCS Orders
No. 10081 Congress Strengthens SCRA Provision on Terminating Cell Phone Contract upon Mobilization or Deployment
No. 11048 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and Foreclosure
No. 12068 Getting out of a Lease upon Deployment of Soldier
No. 13102 Air Force Recruit Has Right to Terminate Apartment Lease
No. 13107 Terminating a Lease Held Solely by a Servicemember Dependent
No. 13121 Maintaining Domicile and Avoiding State Income Tax while on National Guard AGR Tour
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13158 Why are Service Members Treated Differently?
No. 13167 SCRA Rights to Terminate Apartment Lease
No. 14018 Required Refund on Canceled Vehicle Lease
No. 14041 New Legislation in New Mexico for Service Members
No. 15077 If You Sign a Vehicle Lease while not on Active Duty and then Go on Active Duty during the Term of the Lease, You Have the Right to Terminate the Lease
No. 16019 Does Army National Guard Recruit Have Right to Get out of Apartment Lease?
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA

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4.3 Right to Continuance and Protection Against Default Judgement
No. 078 Bankruptcy and the SSCRA. June 2003.
*No. 088 Right to Continuance of Administrative Hearing. July-August 2003.
No. 0617 SCRA Applies to Bankruptcy Proceedings
No. 0819 Congress Emphasizes that SCRA Applies to Child Custody Proceedings
No. 0839 SCRA Does Not Apply to Arbitration Proceedings, But It Should
No. 09051 What Happens to the Child When I Get Mobilized?
No. 10048 James B. Hurley’s Saga Continues
No. 10078 Don’t Sacrifice Military Personnel to “Paperwork Problems” in Foreclosures
No. 11016 Debt Collectors’ Trade Association Acknowledges SCRA
No. 11018 Fourth Circuit Holds New SCRA Private Right of Action is Retroactive
No. 11038 Garnishment of Military Pay
No. 11048 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and Foreclosure
No. 11087 DOJ Proposes SCRA Amendments
No. 12044 Senator Introduces Bill to Improve SCRA
No. 12092 Illegal Non-Judicial Foreclosure on Service Member’s House
No. 12116 Contractor Employees in Afghanistan Are Not Protected by the SCRA or USERRA
No. 13026 Child Custody and Military Service
No. 13030 Important Recent Case on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
No. 13088 Supreme Court Reverses South Carolina Supreme Court in Indian Child Welfare Act Case
No. 13141 Is the Defendant on Active Duty? Can I Obtain a Default Judgment?
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13152 The Service Members Civil Relief Act Does Not Bar all Lawsuits Against Active Duty Service Members
No. 13158 Why are Service Members Treated Differently?
No. 15031 Santander Consumer USA Required To Pay $9.35M for Illegally Repossessing the Vehicles of Service Members
No. 15061 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act only Protects Service Members
No. 15109 Amend the SCRA To Preclude Predispute Binding Arbitration Clauses
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 16095 USERRA, the SCRA, and Statutes of Limitation
No. 16105 The Posse Comitatus Act and the Activated Reservist

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4.4 Right to Reinstatement of Health Insurance Coverage upon Return from Mobilization
No. 118 Right to Reinstatement of Health Insurance after Service
No. 0945 Does “Health Insurance” Include Income Replacement Insurance?

4.5 Protection from State/Local Tax Authorities
No. 09017 Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of the SSCRA
No. 09059 Congress Enacts New Provisions for Military Spouse Voting and Taxation
No. 10018 SCRA Applies to USPHS Officers
No. 11042 Where Do Military Personnel and Family Members Vote?
No. 11079 SCRA Only Protects Your Military Income from State Income Tax
No. 11087 DOJ Proposes SCRA Amendments
No. 12080 Keep on Voting in New Hampshire, not Ohio
No. 13003 Military Spouse Residency Relief Act—Part 2
No. 13005 SCRA Bars Double State Taxation of your Reserve Drill Pay
No. 13006 Military Spouse Residency Relief Act—Part 3
No. 13065 Guam Cannot Lawfully Make You Get a Guam Driver’s License
No. 13120 Can I Keep my Texas Domicile while on a Three-Year AGR Tour in DC?
No. 13121 Maintaining Domicile and Avoiding State Income Tax while on National Guard AGR Tour
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13154 Remove the "Race" Question from the FPCA Form
No. 13155 Where Am I to Vote?
No. 13158 Why are Service Members Treated Differently?
No. 15076 SCRA Precludes Oregon from Making you Pay State Income Tax in Oregon while you are Serving there in the PHS
No. 15113 The Service Member Has a Constitutional Right to Register and Vote in the Community where He or She Is Stationed
No. 15117 Maintain your Texas Domicile until you Retire and Leave Active Duty
No. 15118 Maintain your Domicile on the Indian Reservation To Avoid State Income Tax while on Active Duty
No. 16048 Where and How Does the Service Member Vote?
No. 16076 The SCRA Protects the Active Duty Service Member from Having To Pay State Income Tax, But only under certain Circumstances
No. 17008 Am I Stuck with my “Domicile” in Puerto Rico?

No. 17034 The SCRA and Vehicle Registration
No. 17037 SCRA Makes It Unlawful for State To Consider the Service Member’s Military Income in Determining the Rate at which the Income of the Non-Military Spouse Is Taxed
No. 17038 Is it Lawful for the State where I Am Stationed but not Domiciled To Tax my Non-Military Income?

No. 17039 How Does the SCRA Section on Domicile and State Income Tax Liability Apply to Military Spouses?


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4.6 Eviction and Foreclosure Protection
No. 111 Eviction Protection After Mobilization
No. 12042 SCRA Forbids Non-Judicial Foreclosure During or Withing Nine Months After Active Duty
No. 12048 DOJ Settles SCRA Case Against Norfolk Towing Company
No. 12092 Illegal Non-Judicial Foreclosure on Service Member’s House
No. 13030 Important Recent Case on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
No. 15031 Santander Consumer USA Required To Pay $9.35M for Illegally Repossessing the Vehicles of Service Members
No. 09008 The SSCRA Means What It Says, Supreme Court Holds
No. 09060 SCRA Tolls the Running of Statutes of Limitations
No. 11081 Does DOL Delay Count Against Me in Timeliness of My Lawsuit?
No. 12052 Contractual Statute of Limitations Under USERRA
No. 14017 Statute of Limitations and the NYPD Class Action USERRA Laws
No. 14038 Is the Statute of Limitations Tolled When I am on Inactive Duty Training?
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer

4.8 Professional Malpractice Liability Insurance Suspension and Reinstatement
No. 147 Professional Malpractice Liability for Recalled Reservists in Health-Care and Legal Services Professions

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4.9 SCRA Enforcement
No. 09041 Does the SCRA Create a Private Right of Action?
No. 09042 Attorney Fees under the SCRA
No. 10048 James B. Hurley’s Saga Continues
No. 10083 Congress Beefs up the SCRA Enforcement Mechanism
No. 11018 Fourth Circuit Holds New SCRA Private Right of Action is Retroactive
No. 11048 The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and Foreclosure
No. 11051 Beef Up Enforcement of the SCRA
No. 11087 DOJ Proposes SCRA Amendments
No. 12044 Senator Introduces Bill to Improve SCRA
No. 12045 Waiver of Rights Under SCRA
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 12048 DOJ Settles SCRA Case Against Norfolk Towing Company
No. 12092 Illegal Non-Judicial Foreclosure on Service Member’s House
No. 13030 Important Recent Case on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
No. 13102 Air Force Recruit Has Right to Terminate Apartment Lease
No. 13152 The Service Members Civil Relief Act Does Not Bar all Lawsuits Against Active Duty Service Members
No. 13168 Interest Rate Reduction upon Mobilization
No. 14018 Required Refund on Canceled Vehicle Lease
No. 15031 Santander Consumer USA Required To Pay $9.35M for Illegally Repossessing the Vehicles of Service Members
No. 15109 Amend the SCRA To Preclude Predispute Binding Arbitration Clauses
No. 16062 Waiver Provisions in the SCRA and USERRA
No. 16115 DOJ Announces New Effort To Enforce USERRA and SCRA
No. 17034 The SCRA and Vehicle Registration

4.10 Protection against Discrimination Based on Exercise of SCRA Protections
No. 09043 Is it Unlawful To Deny a Loan Because of Reserve Component Membership?
No. 13094 Please Don't Supplant USERRA
No. 13103 Forced to Quit Reserve to Obtain Loan to Buy Dental Practice

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5.0 Military Service And Family Obligations
*No. 022 Division of Military Pension in Divorce. January-February 2001.
*No. 038 Mobilization and Family Support. December 2001.
No. 173 Prearranging Funerals and Excluding Relatives
No. 182 Forgotten Military Orphans: Legislative Proposals for Congress to Consider
No. 0635 Child Custody: SCRA can assist deployed servicemembers caught up in child custody cases, but be careful of misusing the law
*No. 0641 Bill Introduced To Permit Recallees To Terminate Cell Phone Contracts
*No. 0641 Update Termination or Suspension of Cell Phone Contracts When Deployed
No. 0816 Enhanced Leave Entitlements for Family Caregivers of Wounded Warriors
No. 0817 Now You Can Designate Beneficiaries for the Death Gratuity
No. 0819 Congress Emphasizes that SCRA Applies to Child Custody Proceedings
No. 09051 What Happens to the Child When I Get Mobilized?
No. 10008 Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan for Reservist Who Marries After Notification of Eligibility to Participate
No. 10068 If I Choose the RC-SBP and then Die, When Does My Husband Get the Cash?
No. 10069 No Wife, No Kids—Am I Eligible to Elect RC-SBP?
No. 10086 Military Family Law Primer
No. 10099 Law Review 1008 Reconsidered
No. 11017 Hawaii Legislature Enacts Legislation Protecting Military Parents in Child Custody Disputes
No. 12053 Military Power of Attorney: A Copy is Not Just as Good as an Original
No. 12084 Federal Court Finds DOD to Be “Arbitrary and Capricious” for Denying TRICARE Coverage for Autism Therapy
No. 12087 Dependents with Disabilities: Adult children can qualify for IDs and Tricare with proper documentation
No. 13003 Military Spouse Residency Relief Act—Part 2
No. 13026 Child Custody and Military Service
No. 13059 Military Spouses Need Careers Too
No. 13088 Supreme Court Reverses South Carolina Supreme Court in Indian Child Welfare Act Case
No. 13152 The Service Members Civil Relief Act Does Not Bar all Lawsuits Against Active Duty Service Members
No. 13169 Military Pension Division: The Warrant Officer and the Wingman
No. 14021 The 20-20-20 Rule and Nonregular Service
No. 15049 Disability and Division of Benefits with Ex-Spouse
No. 15047 A Teaspoon of TSP
No. 15048 Military Service, Civil Service, Settlement and Sabotage
No. 15090 Does my Mother Lose her Military Widow Benefits if she Remarries?
No. 16088 The Notice of Eligibility and the RC Retirement System
No. 17006 Military Pension Division: The Frozen Benefit Rule
No. 17008 Am I Stuck with my “Domicile” in Puerto Rico?

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6.0 Military Service and Tax Law
*No. 068 Tax Tips for the Military—2002. March-April 2003.
No. 082 Pre-Tax Dollars for Make-up Pension Contributions. July-August 2003.
No. 114 The Military Family tax Relief Act of 2003 and How It Affects You
No. 124 Serving in a Combat Zone and Your Federal Income Taxes
No. 132 Taxability of Employer Payments While You Are Mobilized
No. 137 Taxation of Employer Payments to Reservists and National Guard Members
*No. 160 2004 Federal Tax Return Tips for Reserve and National Guard Members
No. 0845 Law Gives Small Businesses Tax Credit on Differential Pay
No. 0862 Recalled Reservist Tackles Health Flexible Saving Arrangement
No. 10084 Congress Overrides State “Source Tax” Rules
No. 11024 Federal and State laws may define ‘Veteran Status’ differently
No. 11029 Tax Records in USERRA Cases: How Both Parties May Obtain Each Other's Private Financial Records
No. 13048 Incentives for Civilian Employers of Reserve Component Members
No. 13049 New West Virginia Law Creates Tax Break for Some Service Members
No. 13059 Military Spouses Need Careers Too
No. 13105 Beware of the Tax Bump
No. 14025 SCRA Interest Rate Reduction Does Not Mean Taxable Income
No. 17008 Am I Stuck with my “Domicile” in Puerto Rico?
No. 17022 USERRA and the Tax Bump

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7.0 Military Voting Rights
Military personnel sometimes have difficulty voting and having their ballots counted, especially when they are serving overseas. This subject is covered in the following articles.
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No. 003 Military Voting Rights. May 1998
No. 023 Military Voting Rights. March 2001
No. 043 Military Voting Rights. May 2002
No. 044 Military Voting Rights—Continued. May 2002
No. 049 Voting Rights Letter to State/Local Election Officials. July 2002
No. 055 Voting in Union Elections While Mobilized. October 2002
*No. 083 Military Voting Rights. July-August 2003
No. 096 Election Officials Respond to ROA Survey. November 2003
No. 097 New Letter to Election Officials. November 2003
No. 109 New Developments in Military Voting Rights
No. 143 Standby Federal Ballot if You Do Not Receive Your Regular Absentee Ballot
No. 144 Where Am I Supposed to Vote?
*No. 145 How Do I Find Information about Candidates and Officials in My Home State?
*No. 146 Interim Voting Assistance System
No. 179 Voting in NLRB Elections while Mobilized
No. 193 Election Officials Must Accept The FPCA
No. 194 Federal Law Overrides State “Not Earlier Than” Rules
No. 195 Congress Provides Standard Federal Oath for Military Voting
No. 196 Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot
No. 204 Domicile of Military Spouses for Voting and Taxation Purposes
No. 0601 (old 207) Vote, And Make Sure Your Vote Is Counted
No. 0602 Make Sure Your Vote Is Counted (For UOCAVA Voters)
No. 0603 Virginia Voter Registrar Unlawfully Challenges The Voter Registration Of Military Personnel And Spouses
No. 0618 Military Spouse Voting in Virginia—Problem Solved
No. 0709 Letter to Election Officials About Military Voting
No. 0759 Get In the Vote: GAO issues scathing report on voting woes for military members
No. 09050 Military Voting Rights in Virginia
No. 09050-Update Military Voting Rights in Virginia-Continued
No. 09055 Congress Enacts Important New Protections for Military and Overseas Voters
No. 09058 Military Voting—What About State Elections?
No. 09059 Congress Enacts New Provisions for Military Spouse Voting and Taxation
No. 10005 Does the New Federal Law on Military Voting Apply to Special Elections?
No. 10013 Absentee Ballots MUST Be Mailed 45 Days before Election
No. 10055 DOD Acts on MOVE Act Waiver Requests
No. 10056 Maryland Will Meet the 45-Day Standard, But Only for Federal Offices
No. 10064 Suit Filed To Protect Military Voting Rights in Maryland
No. 10070 DOJ Sues New York To Enfranchise Military Voters
No. 10071 Maryland Court of Appeals Case on Military Voting
No. 10072 Military Absentee Voting in Maryland
No. 10073 A Small Price: Laws on the books protect the few who sacrifice for the many.
No. 10074 New York, Illinois Fail to Deliver Absentee Ballots
No. 10091 Safeguarding Military Voting Rights: Progress Made and What Remains To Be Done
No. 10092 Military Ballots Crucial to Outcome of Texas Cliffhanger
No. 10093 Great Victory for Military Voting Rights
No. 11005 Virginia-Please Don’t Disenfranchise Military Personnel in Primaries
No. 11013 Revised Military Voting in Chicago Mayoral Election
No. 11021 Proposed Private Right of Action under UOCAVA
No. 11042 Where Do Military Personnel and Family Members Vote?
No. 11056 Military Voting in Presidential Caucuses
No. 11059 Military Voting—Progress in South Carolina
No. 11077 DOJ Proposes UOCAVA Amendments
No. 11079 SCRA Only Protects Your Military Income from State Income Tax
No. 11083 Military Voting in 2011 Elections
No. 11084 Military Voters Lose Out as States Race to Be First in Presidential Primaries
No. 11087 DOJ Proposes SCRA Amendments
No. 11092 Voting Victims: Antiquated Process Can Disenfranchise Service Members
No. 11093 Military Voting: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
No. 11107 UOCAVA Protects Voting Rights of Overseas Americans
No. 11108 Tennessee Secretary of State Goes the Extra Mile for Military Voters
No. 11112 Why Can't the Military Voters All Register to Vote Here on Base?
No. 12002 Vote in 2012
No. 12003 Don't Let Redistricting Litigation Disenfranchise Military Voters
No. 12004 Politicking While on Active Duty? NO
No. 12005 Military Voting and Redistricting
No. 12009 Don't Let Ballot Access Litigation Disenfranchise Military Voters
No. 12013 Military Voting in Presidential Caucuses- Part II
No. 12018 Let's Put Some Teeth into Military Voting Law
No. 12025 Federal Court Order Protects Military Voting Rights in New York
No. 12026 Federal Court Orders Alabama to Extend Deadline for Receipt of Absentee Ballots
No. 12037 Military Voting Rights in Wisconsin
No. 12041 Redistricting Litigation in Hawaii Threatens to Disenfranchise Military Voters
No. 12056 Eleven California Counties Are Late in Sending Absentee Ballots for 2012 Primary
No. 12057 Federal Only or All Office Voting from Overseas?
No. 12058 Virginia- Don't Disenfranchise Service Members in the 2013 Gubernatorial Nomination
No. 12073 Minnesota Teacher Called to Active Duty—Was He Required to Finance his own Substitute?
No. 12077 ROA Intervenes in Ohio Lawsuit to Protect Military Voting Rights
No. 12078 Don’t Make Service Members Wait another 60 Years to Vote!
No. 12079 Act Now to Vote in 2012No. 1280 Keep on Voting in New Hampshire, not Ohio
No. 12085 GOP Rules Require that Military Personnel Have a Reasonable Opportunity to Vote in the 2016 Presidential Nomination Process
No. 12088 More on Ohio Lawsuit regarding Early Voting
No. 12091 Please Contact your Local Election Official Today!
No. 12097 Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot
No. 12098 Now that You Are Retired from the Army, You Must Register To Vote in Virginia
No. 12101 Ballot Dispute Delays Absentee Ballot Mailing on Long Island
No. 12111 Don't Be Fooled by "Duffel Blog" Spoof
No. 12113 Good News on Military and Overseas Voting from Kane County, Illinois
No. 12117 Good News on Military and Overseas Voting from Isle of Wight County, Virginia
No. 13003 Military Spouse Residency Relief Act—Part 2
No. 13013 Good News on Military Voting in Avon, Connecticut
No. 13078 Good News on Military Voting in San Bernardino County, California
No. 13116 Military Voting in 2013
No. 13120 Can I Keep my Texas Domicile while on a Three-Year AGR Tour in DC?
No. 13144 The SCRA and USERRA - Protecting the Civil Rights of Service Members in the 21st Century
No. 13154 Remove the "Race" Question from the FPCA Form
No. 13155 Where Am I to Vote?
No. 14006 A New Election Year Has Begun, Submit a New FPCA
No. 14007 Electronic Voting for Overseas Military Voters
No. 14023 Military Voting Rights in South Carolina Primary
No. 15024 Military Voting under UOCAVA
No. 15076 SCRA Precludes Oregon from Making you Pay State Income Tax in Oregon while you are Serving there in the PHS
No. 15095 Military Voting in 2016
No. 15096 Thou Shalt Not Politick while on Active Duty
No. 15113 The Service Member Has a Constitutional Right to Register and Vote in the Community where He or She Is Stationed
No. 15114 Voting by Active Duty Service Members and Severely Disabled Veterans in Presidential Caucuses and Conventions in 2016
No. 15117 Maintain your Texas Domicile until you Retire and Leave Active Duty
No. 15118 Maintain your Domicile on the Indian Reservation To Avoid State Income Tax while on Active Duty
No. 16028 Don’t Let Redistricting Litigation Disenfranchise Military Voters
No. 16045 Service Members Must Be Given the Opportunity To Vote
No. 16048 Where and How Does the Service Member Vote?
No. 16076 The SCRA Protects the Active Duty Service Member from Having To Pay State Income Tax, But only under certain Circumstances
No. 16085 ROA Files Amicus Brief Supporting Military Voting Rights
No. 17008 Am I Stuck with my “Domicile” in Puerto Rico?
No. 17012 Time for Act II of the MOVE Act: Five Proposed Overseas and Military Voting Reforms
No. 17027 Don’t Let USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Bite You
No. 17030 Is a National Guard Member on Active Duty Eligible To Vote in an NLRB Union Representation Election at her Civilian Workplace?
No. 17034 The SCRA and Vehicle Registration

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8.0 Veterans' Preference
No. 0761 Veterans' Preference Act requires a federal agency to waive maximum age rule
No. 0801 Veterans Preference Supreme Court Case
No. 0850 Veterans’ Preference Act Enforcement
No. 09021 Federal Circuit Again Reverses the MSPB for Ignoring Rights of Veterans
No. 09057 Here are the eligibility standards for veterans earning special credits for federal civilian jobs
No. 09071 Federal Circuit Reverses the MSPB Yet Again - When Will They Ever Learn?
No. 10001 New Executive Order on Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government
No. 10002 Voluntary v. Involuntary Service—Continued
No. 10037 USERRA and Veterans’ Preference Laws Apply to California Court System
No. 11003 The MSPB Is Finally Catching On
No. 11037 Federal Contractor Affirmative Action for Hiring Veterans
No. 12018 Let's Put Some Teeth into Military Voting Rights
No. 12047 Minnesota Passes Legislation on USERRA
No. 13047 Other Laws that Give Veterans an Advantage in Employment
No. 13130 Bill Introduced that Would Expand Veterans' Preference in Federal Employment to Include Reserve Component Members
No. 14031 Veterans' Preference for State Employees in Washington
No. 14035 Is my Case Governed by VEVRAA or USERRA?
No. 14034 What is the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act?
No. 15107 Section 4311 of USERRA Protects Veterans as well as Currently Serving Reserve Component Members
No. 16006 New Appellate Case on Veterans’ Preference
No. 16024 West Virginia Legislature Enacts Confusing New Law on Veterans’ Preference in Private Sector Employment
No. 16041 Unconstitutional To Deny Hazlewood Act Educational Benefits to Veterans Based on Residence outside Texas when they Enlisted
No. 16047 Maryland Law Adds Two Critical Protections For Veterans
No. 16056 Sam’s Prediction Was Wrong—The 5th Circuit Reversed the Southern District of Texas on the Constitutionality of the Hazlewood Act
No. 16058 VA Must Comply with Veterans’ Preference in Contracting, Supreme Court Says
No. 16102 ROA Files an Amicus Curiae Brief in the Federal Circuit
No. 16107 OSC Takes Action To Enforce Veterans’ Preference
No. 17007 Hazlewood Act’s Requirement of Texas Residence at Time of Enlistment Is Not Unconstitutional

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9.0 Miscellaneous
No. 014 Effect of Reserve Drill Pay on Unemployment Compensation. July 2000
*No. 016 Department Involvement in State Issues. September 2000
*No. 017 Summary of Published Articles. October 2000
No. 019 Promotion Board Consideration of Reserve Officers on Active Duty. December 2000
No. 020 Service Academy Appointments for Children of RC Members. December 2000
No. 027 The Military Whistleblower Protection Act. July 2001
No. 037 Elected Officials and Reserve Duty. December 2001.
No. 090 The ‘Key Employee’ Program. September 2003.
No. 125 Legal Assistanceand it's Free
No. 131 Criminal Prohibition on Salary Supplement for Reserve or Guard Personnel
No. 131 Update: Criminal Prohibition on Salary Supplement for Reserve or Guard Personnel
No. 147 Professional Malpractice Liability for Recalled Reservists in Health-Care and Legal Services Professions
*No. 166 Barring Military Recruiters from College and University Campuses
No. 168 Time Off from Work for Military Medical Treatment
*No. 169 Where Oh Where Have the USERRA Regulations Gone?
No. 171 My Professional License Has Expired-Help!
No. 173 Prearranging Funerals and Excluding Relatives
No. 175 Mobilization Issues That Affect You And Your Employer
No. 177 Does USERRA Apply to the Railroad Retirement System?
No. 178 Bum Scoop Can Have Bad Consequences
No. 179 Voting in NLRB Elections while Mobilized
No. 181 Key Employee Program Continued
*No. 202 Illinois Leads the Way in Supporting Families of Mobilized Reservists
No. 0606 Can I Request DOJ Assistance After I Run Out Of Money To Pay My Lawyer?
No. 0608 I'm Not Dead Yet: If Social Security Says You're Dead, Get a Second Opinion
No. 0612 Supreme Court Gets It Right
No. 0615 Under UCMJ, right to free speech does not mean anything goes
No. 0625 Medals-Awards: An Act of Stolen Valor
No. 0638 Interest Rate Reduction to 6 Percent After Mobilization
No. 0708 Stolen Valor Act Signed into Law
No. 0721 Veterans’ Preference Act
No. 0742 Predatory Lending: Servicemembers get new protections from some loan practices.
No. 0743 Death Gratuity and the “Blended” Military Family
No. 0744 How the Death Gratuity Could Be Better Handled for Forgotten Military Orphans: Legislative Proposals for Congress to Consider
No. 0748 Federal Law and New York Law Governing Non-Federal Public Employees in New York and Military Service
No. 0749 USERRA Primer
No. 0751 Rules Change for Flying Flag at Half-Staff
No. 0757 Buy Back Time: Your primer on the Civil Service Retirement System in regards to military service
No. 0764 High School Recruiting: Military recruiters have access to secondary schools
No. 0802 Way Back Pay: Legislation addresses retroactive promotions for World War II Navy and Marine Corps POWs
No. 0806 Taxation of Disability Retirement Payments
No. 0814 Vets May Give a Military Salute Thanks to Benefits-Filled NDAA
No. 0818 My Professional License Has Expired-Part 2
No. 10045 National Guard and Reservists Debt Relief Act of 2008
No. 10065 Is the Stolen Valor Act Unconstitutional?
No. 10088 Privacy Act Applies to National Guard Even When Not Federalized
No. 10094 Coverage for National Guard Members on State Duty
No. 11004 The Federal Government Is Not Bound by Incorrect Advice
No. 11038 Garnishment of Military Pay
No. 11069 You Need To Look Out for Your Own Interests Regarding Your Reserve Retirement
No. 11086 Whistleblower Suit Against Big Banks
No. 11090 Veterans Opportunity to Work Act of 2011- part II
No. 11096 NOAA Corps and PHS Corps Officers Are Treated Unfairly by OPM
No. 11097 ROA Member Elected to Congress and Hits the Ground Running
No. 11100 Please Don't Forget the Reserves
No. 11104 Reserve and National Guard Personnel Who Die During a Drill Weekend
No. 11105 Unemployment Rate Among Young Veterans Rises Even While Overall Rate Drops
No. 11109 Taking a Federal Early-Out Incentive and Returning to Active Duty
No. 12021 Why Does a Case Take So Long- Part II
No. 12022 Congress Expands Work Opportunity Tax Credit for Hiring Qualified Veterans
No. 12053 Military Power of Attorney: A Copy is Not Just as Good as an Original
No. 12065 Are Illegal Immigrants Permitted to Enlist in the Armed Forces?
No. 12066 Honoring Whistleblowers
No. 12074 No Retirement Points for Midshipman Cruises
No. 12095 Lawsuits against DOD for Breach of Private Medical Information
No. 13002 Understanding Citations in Law Reviews
No. 13007 Call Me, But Not while You Are Driving
No. 13008 NDAA 2013 Promotes Fairness for Coast Guard Reserve
No. 13010 NDAA Provision Protects Conscience Rights of Service Members, Especially Chaplains
No. 13011 NDAA 2013 Provides for Reserve Component Representation on the Joint Staff
No. 13012 Enlist in Reserve Component to Repay Student Loans?
No. 13014 NDAA 2013 Authorizes Transition Assistance Advisors
No. 13015 NDAA 2013 Extends Duration of Temporary Expansion of Service Member’s Right to Accumulate Military Leave
No. 13016 NDAA 2013 Provision on State Professional Licensing
No. 13017 NDAA 2013 Authorizes Suicide Prevention Program for National Guard and Reserve
No. 13018 NDAA 2013 Authorizes Pilot Program for Mental Health Services for the National Guard and Reserve
No. 13019 NDAA 2013 Improves Law that Protects Service Members from Predatory Lending Practices
No. 13020 NDAA 2013 Expands Entitlement to TRICARE Health and Dental Coverage for Reservists not on Active Duty
No. 13023 Help me regain my Security Clearance
No. 13024 Am I Eligible for Burial at Arlington or any other National Cemetery?
No. 13038 The Sequester, Furloughs and Federal Employees
No. 13039 New Supreme Court Case on Federal Tort Claims Act and Medical Malpractice
No. 13040 Dirty and Dangerous Conditions at VA Medical Center in Mississippi
No. 13046 Wounded Warriors and the Americans with Disabilities Act
No. 13049 New West Virginia Law Creates Tax Break for Some Service Members
No. 13050 New Law in Maryland Helps with Employment Problem
No. 13051 New Georgia Law Promotes Veterans Employment
No. 13053 Do I Receive the $100,000 Death Gratuity if I Die?
No. 13055 Celebrate Whistleblowers, Don’t Attack Them
No. 13063 The Air Force Is Not Going To Court Martial You for Sharing your Faith
No. 13086 Protecting ROA Access to ROTC Units and Reserve Centers
No. 13089 ROA Is Authorized To Receive Support For Conferences
No. 13093 Time off from Civilian Job To See Wife Return from Afghanistan—Good News from Maryland
No. 13100 When Challenging Non-Selection for Promotion, You Must First Exhaust your Administrative Remedies
No. 13109 Licensing Hurdles for Service Members Unable to Keep Professional Certifications in Good Standing Due to Military Obligations
No. 13112 Online Sources for Comprehensive Lists of State Benefits for Veterans
No. 13123 VA Fails to Clean Up Dirty and Dangerous Conditions at Hospital in Jackson, MS
No. 13128 ROA Access to Reserve Centers and other Military Installations
No. 13129 Reservists Who Are Attorneys Are Not Precluded from Representing Clients Against Federal Agencies
No. 13135 Payment of $100,000 Death Gratuity During the Shutdown
No. 13159 CFPB Enforces Rules on Military Payday Loans
No. 13161 DHS Clarifies Immigration Benefits for Family Members of Select Reserve and Veterans
No. 13162 Predatory Lending: Service Members Get New Protections from some Loan Practices
No. 13166 Reserve Component Opportunities for Individuals Leaving Active Duty Short of Retirement Eligibility
No. 14027 I am a Disabled Veteran and a Federal Employee—Am I Entitled to Leave Without Pay for a Medical Condition that is not Service-Connected?
No. 14041 New Legislation in New Mexico for Service Members
No. 14075 Why Does the Service Members Law Center Provide Information to Persons Who Are Not ROA Members?
No. 15051 Delaware Falls Short in Accommodating Deployed Service Members and Military Spouses
No. 15052 Service Members Law Center–Six Years of Accomplishments and Continuing
No, 15068 ROTC and JROTC—What Is the Difference?
No. 15085 Purchasing Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for Active Military Service before You Began Your Federal Civilian Career
No. 15119 Check out the Law Review Library
No. 16057 The Best of the next Generation Says “Here Am I. Send Me.”
No. 16066 Under What Circumstances Is it Appropriate for a Reserve or Retired Army Soldier To Wear an Army Uniform?
No. 16071 The Federal Tort Claims Act Precludes a Suit against the Individual Service Member or Federal Employee
No. 16086 You Must Have at least 20 “Good Years” To Qualify for Reserve Component Retirement at Age 60
No. 16087 Computing your RC Retirement Benefit
No. 16088 The Notice of Eligibility and the RC Retirement System
No. 16089 What Is a “Gray Area Retiree?”
No. 16090 Under certain Circumstances, RC Members Can Start Receiving RC Retirement Benefits before their 60th Birthdays
No. 16092 Is it Possible for me to Qualify for a Regular Retirement?
No. 16098 Congress Enacted an Amendment for Exactly your Situation
No. 16102 ROA Files an Amicus Curiae Brief in the Federal Circuit
No. 16104 Keep Participating in the Army National Guard as a Traditional Guard Member after you Start Drawing Active Component Retired Pay, and Convert to a Reserve Component Retirement upon Age 60
No. 16113 Reflections on 40 Years as a Lawyer
No. 17001 Use of Rental Vehicle while on Federal Travel—Who Is Liable if I Cause an Accident?
No. 17016 Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA: A Case Study
No. 17017 Case Study in Proving a Violation of Section 4311 of USERRA
No. 17026 Please Help Preserve Hazlewood Act Educational Benefits in Texas

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10.0 Supreme Court Case

10.1 Supreme Court Cases on Reemployment
No. 0803 First Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute:  Fishgold v. Sullivan Drydock & Repair Corp.
No. 0809 Second Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute: Trailmobile Corp. v. Whirls, 331 U.S. 40 (1947)
No. 0820 Third Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute: Aeronautical Industrial District Lodge
727 v. Campbell
No. 0823 Fourth Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Oakley v. Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., 338 U.S. 278
No. 0828 Fifth Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute, Ford Motor Co. v. Huffman
No. 0834 Sixth Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute Diehl v. Lehigh Valley Railroad Co.
No. 0842 Seventh Supreme Court Case on Reemployment Statute McKinney v. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co.
No. 0846 Eighth Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Tilton v. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., 376 U.S. 169 (1964)
No. 0853 Ninth Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Brooks v. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co.. 376 U.S. 182 (1964)
No. 0861 10th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Accardi v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 383 U.S. 225 (1966)
No. 09003 Eleventh Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Eagar v. Magma Copper Co., 389 U.S. 323 (1967)
No. 09007 12th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Foster v. Dravo Corp., 420 U.S. 92 (1975)
No. 09015 13th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Alabama Power Co. v. Davis, 431 U.S. 581 (1977)
No. 09019 14th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute  Coffy v. Republic Steel Corp.,447 U.S. 191 (1980)
No. 09023 15th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute Monroe v. Standard Oil Co. 452 U.S. 549 (1981)
No. 09029 16th Supreme Court Case Relating to Reemployment Statute King v. St. Vincent’s Hospital, 502 U.S. 215 (1991)
No. 11022 Supreme Court Reverses 7th Circuit in USERRA Case

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10.2 Other Supreme Court Case
No. 0612 Supreme Court Gets It Right
No. 0801 Supreme Court holds that veterans' preference is not sex discrimination
No. 0830 Servicemembers Precluded from Tort Recovery for Personal Injury or Death Incident to Service
No. 09008 The SSCRA Means What It Says, Supreme Court Holds
No. 09017 Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of the SSCRA
No. 09028 Not So ‘Harmless Error’: Supreme Court decides against veteran in claim process case
No. 10036 Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of Special Treatment for Veterans' Organizations
No. 11004 The Federal Government Is Not Bound by Incorrect Advice
No. 11035 Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act
No. 11060 Supreme Court decision draws line between rights and values
No. 12062 What is a "Frontiero Refrigerator?"
No. 12121 Supreme Court Strikes Down Stolen Valor Act
No. 13026 Child Custody and Military Service
No. 13039 New Supreme Court Case on Federal Tort Claims Act and Medical Malpractice
No. 13088 Supreme Court Reverses South Carolina Supreme Court in Indian Child Welfare Act Case
No. 13140 You’re in the Army now, your First Amendment Rights Are Circumscribed
No. 13169 Military Pension Division: The Warrant Officer and the Wingman
No. 15110 Unconstitutional for State to Tax Federal Pensions while Exempting State and Local Pensions
No. 16058 VA Must Comply with Veterans’ Preference in Contracting, Supreme Court Says
No. 16070 Feres Doctrine Revisited

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11.0 Veterans' Claims
No. 09028 Not So ‘Harmless Error’: Supreme Court decides against veteran in claim process case
No. 09038 Due Process Clause Held To Apply to Veteran’s Claim
No. 10094 Coverage for National Guard Members on State Duty
No. 11047 Judicial Remedy for VA Tardiness?
No. 11047-update: May 2012
No. 13053 Do I Receive the $100,000 Death Gratuity if I Die?
No. 13055 Celebrate Whistleblowers, Don’t Attack Them
No. 13060 Significant Development Regarding Differential Pay for Federal Employees Mobilized Under "Voluntary" Authority
No. 13129 Reservists Who Are Attorneys Are Not Precluded from Representing Clients Against Federal Agencies
No. 13132 VA Benefits & National Personnel Records Center Fire
No. 13134 Returning to Active Duty with VA Disability Rating
No. 13163 Disability Benefits for Officers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Public Health Service (PHS)
No. 14048 Traumatic Service Group Life Insurance: The Basics
No. 15049 Disability and Division of Benefits with Ex-Spouse
No. 15079 Unlawful for Federal Agency to Fire Employee for Contacting Congress
No. 16001 Commission on Care Studies Veterans Health Administration
No. 16010 Agent Orange VA Claims—Don’t Forget the “Blue Water” Sailors
No. 16011 Why Do Asbestos Attorneys Advertise in Veterans’ Organization Magazines?
No. 16017 Agent Orange Exposure among “Blue Water” Sailors—Part 2
No. 16041 Unconstitutional To Deny Hazlewood Act Educational Benefits to Veterans Based on Residence outside Texas when they Enlisted
No. 16046 Good News on VA Compensation and Health Care for Vietnam War Navy Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange
No. 16056 Sam’s Prediction Was Wrong—The 5th Circuit Reversed the Southern District of Texas on the Constitutionality of the Hazlewood Act
No. 16068 ROA and other Military Associations Step in To Defend VACAA
No. 16108 VA Leaders: Please Take Whistleblowers Seriously. Please Act Promptly To Address the Problems they Bring to Light. Do not Retaliate against Whistleblowers.
No. 16109 OSC Takes Action To Protect VA Whistleblower
No. 17005 Don’t Forget the Agent Orange Sailors in the 115th Congress
No. 17007 Hazlewood Act’s Requirement of Texas Residence at Time of Enlistment Is Not Unconstitutional
No. 17026 Please Help Preserve Hazlewood Act Educational Benefits in Texas
 
12.0 Military Criminal Justice
No. 11035 Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act
No. 13063 The Air Force Is Not Going To Court Martial You for Sharing your Faith
No. 13086 Protecting ROA Access to ROTC Units and Reserve Centers
No. 13101 Judge Advocate General of the Navy Has Authority To Enforce Professional Responsibility Rules on Civilian Lawyers Practicing in Navy Courts Martial
No. 13140 You’re in the Army now, your First Amendment Rights Are Circumscribed
No. 13164 When Does the UCMJ Apply to Reservists?
No. 13165 What Happens if I Fail to Report for Duty?
No. 14024 The Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act

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