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Motions Practice before the MSPB and the EEOC
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By: Tuck & Founding Author Hadley
Price: $160.00
Edition: 2nd/2023
Sku: 23MPME
ISBN: 1-978-1-956013-15-3
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Motions Practice before the MSPB and the EEOC, 2023

Now is its second edition, experts, Sarah Tuck and the late Ernest Hadley, founding author, provide guidance in motions practice before the MSPB and EEOC. In each forum, the authors address matters that arise before, during, and after the hearing. New updated samples and form motions are included with citations to governing statutes, regulations, and guidance such as the MSPB Judge’s Handbook, the MSPB’s Hearing Procedures Guide, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, MD-110, and relevant case law. Federal agencies, labor unions, attorneys, arbitrators, and adjudicators rely on Motions Practice for expert commentary on topics including:

  • Federal Rules of Civil Procedure—motions to dismiss, for more definite statement, to strike, for protective orders, to compel discovery, and summary judgment
  • Basic Motion Practice Before the MSPB—definitions, motions forms, and statements of representatives
  • Prehearing Motion Practice Before the MSPB—detailed information and sample forms for the following motions:
    • To Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction, Timeliness, Without Prejudice
    • For Extension of Time, Protective Orders, Subpoenas, Disqualification of Judge, Interlocutory Appeals, Sanctions, and Substitution of Executor
    • To Compel Discovery, Change Venue or Hearing Site, Strike Evidence, Use Deposition at Hearing, and Supplement Prehearing Submissions
    • In Limine
  • Posthearing Motion Practice Before the MSPB—motions to supplement or reopen the record, to intervene, and for attorney fees
  • Basic Motion Practice Before the EEOC—definitions, motion forms and statements of representatives
  • Prehearing Motion Practice Before the EEOC—detailed information and sample forms for the following motions:
    • To Dismiss, Remand to Agency, Compel Discovery, Strike Evidence and Substitute Executor
    • For Extension of Time, Protective Orders, Sanctions, Disqualification of Judge, Interlocutory Appeals and Summary Judgment
    • In Limine

Available as a softcover book and/or a PDF file with many useful features delivered on a CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive or download. The forms and samples in the digital formats can be copied and adapted to save motion preparation time.

Also includes a detailed table of contents and table of cases.

280 pages.



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