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Litigating Federal Sector Employment and Labor Law Disputes (.pdf download)
By: Fowler & Kaplan
Price: $55.00
Edition: 1st/2001
Sku: PDF02LLLD
ISBN: 1-878810-76-6
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(2002) Litigating Federal Sector Employment and Labor Law Disputes

Written by Renn Fowler and Joseph Kaplan, veteran practitioners with years of litigation and hearing experience, Litigating Federal Sector Employment and Labor Law Disputes provides guidance on how to effectively litigate a case before the MSPB, EEOC, FLRA, or in arbitration. This is a how-to text devoted to hearing skills with examples, sample forms and citations to governing regulations and statues and relevant case law. Where the rules diverge the book deals with each venue separately. Agency and employee representatives and pro se appellants and complainants rely on this book for instruction on:

Also included is a detailed table of contents.

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350+ pages.



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