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December 2013 Archives

NPS Employee wins reinstatement and back pay from MSPB

From Alaska comes this interesting Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) decision, involving the Superintendent of the Sitka National Historic Park. She was reassigned from her position to a job as an "Alaska Native American Liaison" in Anchorage, which is 500 miles from Sitka.

Bill may give "sensitive" federal employees due process rights

The concept of due process is one of the most important in American law. Due process means having your grievance heard by a court or other legal body competent to decide your issue. For federal employees with employment disputes, it often means having a case heard by the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).

Should you accept a clean record agreement?

Litigation is always a calculated risk. When a federal employee is subjected to an adverse action in relation to their job, there is a variety of possible outcomes. Sometimes it may be for unjust reasons, but the evidence may not be so clear-cut. And there may be situations where the evidence is a muddle, with questionable behavior on both sides, and none of it very clear.

BOEM whistleblower receives $100,000 to settle case

A federal agency has agreed to pay a scientist $100,000 to settle allegations in a whistleblower lawsuit that the agency had retaliated against him. Under the terms of the agreement, he will retire from the agency, the agency will remove a letter of reprimand placed in his personal file and he will not reapply for a Department of Interior (DOI) position for five years.

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