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No. 18114 Important Veterans’ Claim Case Is Headed to the Supreme Court
No. 18113 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer—Bad News from Texas
No. 18112 Does my Initial Training in the Army National Guard Count toward my Five-Year Limit?
No. 18111 Right to Reemployment in a Term-Limited Federal Job
No. 18110 USERRA’s Escalator Can Descend as well as Ascend
No. 18109 Can a “Partner” Have Reemployment Rights under USERRA?
No. 18108 AFTPs in the Army as well as the Air Force and for Enlisted Crew Members as well as Pilot Officers
No. 18107 Major League Baseball Network Apprenticeship Program Requires USAR Soldiers To Certify that they Won’t Volunteer for Deployment To Be Considered for the Opportunity—Does that Violate USERRA?
No. 18106 Make-up Promotion Exam for Reservist on Active Duty and away from his or her Police Officer Job
No. 18105 Yes, you Can Qualify for Regular Military Retirement and Reemployment under USERRA and Civilian Pension Credit for your Military Service Time
No. 18104 DOL-VETS Fact Sheet on USERRA Gets the Five-Year Limit Wrong
No. 18103 USERRA, the SCRA, and Military Recruiting
No. 18102 Differential Pay for Federal Civilian Employees Who Are Called to the Colors
No. 18101 Extra 22 Days of Paid Military Leave for RC Members on Active Duty in Support of Contingency Operations
No. 18100 Look to State Law for Protection of Civilian Jobs of National Guard Members on State Active Duty
No. 18099 The Employer Is Required To Treat you as if you Had Been Continuously Employed in the Civilian Job for Civilian Pension Purposes, but only upon Reemployment under USERRA
No. 18098 Yes, Reservists Can Be Called up for Domestic Emergencies
No. 18097 Am I Eligible for the Extra 22 Days of Paid Military Leave as a Federal Civilian Employee?
No. 18096 Logjam at MSPB Continues
No. 18095 Absentee Ballots Must Be Transmitted at Least 45 Days before Election Day
No. 18094 Absentee Voting Should Be Handled Centrally at the State Level
No. 18093 New York Continues To Disenfranchise Military Personnel in Non-Federal Elections
No. 18092 The Service Member’s Domicile Is the Place where he or she Lived Before Entering or Re-entering Active Duty
No. 18091 USERRA, the Five-Year Limit, and the Documentation Requirement
No. 18090 Another Important New USERRA Case
No. 18089 Navy Reservist Sues Employer for Violating USERRA and Survives Employer’s Motion for Summary Judgment
No. 18088 USERRA Does Not Protect the Spouse of a Service Member from Discrimination in her Employment
No. 18087 Reservist Wins USERRA Case against Gojet Airlines
No. 18086 USERRA Does Not Require an Employer To Accommodate the Military Service of the Spouse of an Employee
No. 18085 Medical Appointments for Service-Connected Disability Do Not Amount to “Service in the Uniformed Services” for Purposes of USERRA
No. 18084 Understand and then Insist upon your USERRA Rights
No. 18083 Another Interesting Recent USERRA Case
No. 18082 It Is Possible To Bypass the MSPB itself and Appeal the AJ’s Decision to the Federal Circuit
No. 18081 The Returning Veteran Who Meets the USERRA Conditions Is Entitled to Pay Raises that he or she Would Have Received with Reasonable Certainty, but for the Call to the Colors
No. 18080 Recent USERRA Case—Summary Judgment Denied
No. 18079 Is the Federal Government a Single Employer for Purposes of USERRA’s Five-Year Limit?—I Have Reconsidered.
No. 18078 Smith v. Tennessee National Guard—The Long Waste of Time Finally Comes to an End
No. 18077 Can I Sue my State Government Employer for Violating my USERRA Rights?
No. 18076 Army Reservist Prevails in Important USERRA Case
No. 18075 New VA Secretary Needs To Crack down on Supervisors who Reprise against Whistleblowers
No. 18074 DOJ Proposals To Improve USERRA
No. 18073 Air Force Memorandum on USERRA’s Five-Year Limit Needs To Be Rewritten
No. 18072 Don’t Apply for Reemployment until you Are Ready To Return to Work—Part 2
No. 18071 Is it Lawful for me To Record my Employer Ranting and Raving about his Hostility to my USAR Service?
No. 18070 Can I Sue the Commonwealth of Kentucky For Violating my USERRA Rights?
No. 18069 Relocation Bonus Contract Does Not Override USERRA
No. 18068 Is it too Late To Sue Blockbuster?
No. 18067 You Have a Duty To Mitigate your Damages
No. 18066 America Will Be the Land of the Free only so long as it Remains the Home of the Brave
No. 18065 DOL, DOJ, and OSC Required To Report on USERRA
No. 18064 Congress Amended USERRA To Put Deadlines on DOL, DOJ, and OSC
No. 18063 USERRA’s Final Section Requires Federal Agencies To Train Human Resources Personnel on USERRA
No. 18062 USERRA Requires Employers To Post a USERRA Rights Notice
No. 18061 DOL-VETS Has Subpoena Power for USERRA Investigations
No. 18060 Employers who Violate USERRA Willfully Should Have To Pay a Substantial Penalty
No. 18059 Beware of Asserting Inconsistent Claims—Part 2
No. 18058 Instructive New USERRA Case
No. 18057 Military and Overseas Voting in the 2018 Mid-Term Elections
No. 18056 Veteran with Entry Level Separation Has the Right to Reemployment
No. 18055 You Must Track your own Five-Year Limit—Part 2
No. 18054 You Have the Right to Reemployment even if that Means that another Employee Must Be Displaced
No. 18053 Section 4316(c) of USERRA: Special Protection against Discharge after Reemployment
No. 18052 A Federal Agency Cannot Make You Quit the Reserves—Part 2
No. 18051 To Get Pay Raises that you Would Have Received if Continuously Employed you Must Return to the Pre-Service Employer
No. 18050 Does USERRA Have a Statute of Limitations?
No. 18049 You Can Have the Right to Reemployment in more than one Job
No. 18048 Section 4319 of USERRA-USERRA Applies all over the World to American Employers
No. 18047 Sections 4314 and 4315 of USERRA-OPM’s Responsibilities under USERRA
No. 18046 Service Members Deserve the Right To Vote—Please Help them Exercise it
No. 18045 Jones v. Marriott Revisited
No. 18044 National Guard Bureau PowerPoint for Training National Guard Technicians Has It Wrong on USERRA
No. 18043 Your “Resignation” in 2014, when you Enlisted in the Army, Does Not Defeat your Right to Reemployment in 2018, When you Were Released from Active Duty
No. 18042 Coast Guard Reservist Loses USERRA Case at MSPB and Federal Circuit
No. 18041 You Will Not Have the Right to Reemployment if you Leave a Private Sector Job To Become a Temporary Air National Guard Technician
No. 18040 No Reemployment for Army Deserter
No. 18039 You Don’t Have To Be a Perfect Soldier To Get your Job Back
No. 18038 You Must Use Your 22 Extra Days of Paid Military Leave During your Period of Contingency Active Duty
No. 18037 State and Local Government Pension Funds Are in Sad Shape
No. 18036 Returning Service Member Who Is Medically Disqualified from Flying Airliners Is Entitled To Return to Payroll and Use Accrued Sick Leave
No. 18035 More on the “Cooling Off Period” Required of a new Military Retiree Starting a new Civil Service Job for DOD
No. 18034 Right to Civilian Pension Credit for Military Service Prior to the Enactment of USERRA in 1994
No. 18033 National Guard Technicians Are Precluded from Receiving Paid Military Leave while Performing “Active Guard and Reserve Duty” But Not while Performing Other Kinds of Military Service
No. 18032 The Railroad Retirement Board’s Treatment of Absence from Work for Military Service or Training Is Inconsistent with USERRA, But Unfortunately USERRA Does Not Apply
No. 18031 I Think that I Am Entitled to Reemployment under State Law although I Will Be beyond USERRA’s Five-Year Limit
No. 18030 Great New Federal Circuit Case about Paid Military Leave for Federal Employees
No. 18029 Don’t Try To Work at your Civilian Job while on Active Duty—Part 2
No. 18028 USERRA’s Definition of “Uniformed Services”
No. 18027 The USPS Is a “Federal Executive Agency” for Purposes of USERRA
No. 18026 Duty under 10 U.S.C. 12301(d) Can Be Exempt from the Five-Year Limit under USERRA
No. 18025 OSC Acts To Enforce USERRA against the USPS
No. 18024 Working as an Air Reserve Technician Does Not Amount to “Service in the Uniformed Services” for USERRA Purposes
No. 18023 Fascinating Lawsuit about the Bladensburg Memorial
No. 18022 You Can Purchase Federal Civilian Retirement Credit for your Active Duty Time, and this Does Not Affect your Reserve Component Retirement at Age 60
No. 18021 Section 4303(4) of USERRA-Definition of "Employer"
No. 18020 You Have the Right To Vote by Absentee Ballot in your Home Town while You Are on Active Duty, even if You Don't Intend To Return when You Leave Active Duty.
No. 18019 Section 4303(3) of USERRA: "Employee" Defined
No. 18118 If You Are Claiming a USERRA Violation, the MSPB Has Jurisdiction To Review Your Firing even if You Have Not Completed the Initial Year of Federal Employment
No. 18017 Mr. President-Please Make Appointments for the MSPB Vacancies
No. 18016 Review on Service Member Voting and Domicile
No. 18015 Enforcing USERRA against a State Government Employer - Good News from California
No. 18014 Escalator Principle Applies to Army Physician
No. 18013 Does USERRA Forbid Employer Harassment of Employees because of their Reserve Component Service? Congress Amends the Definition of "Benefit of Employment" To Clarify that the Answer Is Yes.
No. 18012 Section 4303(2) of USERRA, Definition of "Benefit" of Employment
No. 18011 Section 4303(1) of USERRA , Definition of "Attorney General"
No. 18010 Can I Use Veterans' Preference To Avoid a Layoff in a RIF?
No. 18009 VPA Protects Federal Employee from RIF
No. 18008 What Is the Federal Veterans’ Preference Act?
No. 18007 USERRA’s Definitions
No. 18006 Relationship between USERRA and the CBA
No. 18005 Section 4302 of USERRA and Forced Arbitration
No. 18004 Under Section 4302, USERRA Is a Floor Not a Ceiling
No. 18003 The Federal Government Must Be a Model Employer Section 4301(b) of USERRA
No. 18002 Section 4301(a) of USERRA
No. 18001 In the New Year, Back to Basics on USERRA

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