EEO Discovery Forms For Agency Representatives provides samples of written discovery to help agency officials fully develop defenses and evidence concerning the remedy demanded by the EEO complainant. Sample interrogatories, document requests, instructions, and definitions are all topically classified by the principal types of cases within the jurisdiction of the EEOC. The discovery materials presented are patterned after actual cases.
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Definitions—including examples of the definitions that typically precede written discovery
Instructions—including examples of the instructions that typically precede written discovery
Interrogatories—including those relating to absences, damages, disability, hostile environment claims, medical issues, past complaints, performance, pretext, reprisal, sex discrimination, witnesses, and more
Document Requests—including those relating to attorney fees, damages, disability, evidence, exhibits, hostile environment, past complaints, performance, pretext, reprisal, sex discrimination, witnesses, and more
This popular title guides practitioners through discovery practice before the MSPB with forms, pertinent MSPB regulations, MSPB guidance issued to its judges, case law citations, relevant Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and samples of discovery requests and related motions.
MSPB Discovery Forms For Agency Representatives provides samples of written discovery to help agency officials fully develop defenses and evidence concerning the remedy demanded. The discovery forms are taken from actual litigation in which agencies effectively used discovery in appeals before the MSPB.
Settlement Forms for MSPB and EEOC Federal Personnel Litigation provides practice notes and examples of provisions that are grouped by settlement topics. Major settlement provision topics include access to and return of agency property and access to facilities, actions upon and consequences of breach, cancellation or rescission of action, conditions of ongoing employment, construction of agreement, disclosure and maintenance of information, enforcement, financial considerations for the appellant, future employment, introductory clauses, leave status, performance, promotion, substituted employment actions, termination of appeal, waiver of rights, and miscellaneous settlement terms. (more details)
Updated annually, the EEO Guide, written by Ernie Hadley with Associate Editor, Natania Davis, offers the most comprehensive analysis of federal sector EEO decisions, litigation practice, statutes, regulations, policies, guidance, and practical advice available to practitioners. This indispensable text is a component of the American Civil Service Law Series. (more details)
Updated annually, this comprehensive text digests notable Commission and federal court employment discrimination cases from 2003 through early 2018 and reviews EEO laws, regulations, guidance, and recent trends. Major topics include recent trends in the law; bases of discrimination; attorney fees; class actions; compensatory damages; appellate review; evidence; harassment; hearings; mixed cases; procedures; remedies; reprisal; settlement; and sexual harassment. (more details)