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Darshan Sheth on Representing Agencies Before OSC
Civil Service Advocacy Series
By: Sheth
Price: $125.00 + optional 25% off A Guide to the Whistleblower Protection Act and Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act
Edition: 1st/2015
Sku: 15SOSC
ISBN: 978-1-941825-15-0; 1-941825-15-X
Availability: IN-STOCK (released 09/18/15)
Format: 1hr 7min .mp4 video on CD-ROM, workbook, and optional 25% off A Guide to the Whistleblower Protection Act and Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act
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Featuring new presenter Darshan Sheth, this video training offers comprehensive instruction on representing an agency before the Office of Special Counsel. Mr. Sheth worked at OSC for 14 years before leaving to enter private practice. When he left, he was chief of OSC’s Investigation and Prosecution Division.

This training course includes Mr. Sheth’s lecture (.mp4 video sent on a DVD) and a workbook. The workbook contains reference materials, course notes—outline, cases, and a bibliography. The workbook is referenced throughout the video lecture, allowing users to pause the video and review the materials. The course provides instruction for individuals or groups on:

.mp4 video on DVD-ROM & workbook









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