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MSPB Empowers Fed Employees Threatened or Intimidated by Customers

By Ryan C. Green, Esq. The U.S. Merit Systems Board (MSPB) recently decided a case on the constructive suspension doctrine. The decision provides greater protections for those federal employees who have been threatened or intimidated by customers and other members …



MSPB: Perceived Whistleblowers Can Be Protected from Retaliation

By Ryan C. Green Perception can mean protection. That is the message the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) sent when it decided to give a former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs employee whistleblower protections as she attempted to reenter …


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  • Clinton “Adviser” An Ethics Term For Unpaid Employee?

    State Department Clarifies Clinton Aide’s Position By Amanda Goodman Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff worked as an unpaid “advisor” during her first four months at the Department of State while holding outside positions with New York University and the Clinton …

  • Change in How Military Views PTSD Discharges

    Ask the Lawyer: after-discharge PTSD diagnosis Q. I received an other-than-honorable discharge years ago. I served in Vietnam and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after I was discharged. Can I get my OTH upgraded? A. There has been a …

  • Kane Sex Assault Case Takes Unusual Turn

    ‘Ridiculous’ turn of events in Kane investigation: Lawyer BY MICHAEL TRAIKOS, POSTMEDIA NETWORK BUFFALO – One lawyer called it “highly unusual” and “positively bizarre.” Another said it “seems like something from a TV show like ‘Law and Order’.” When Patrick …

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