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Don't turn a win into a loss

During litigation on any matter, you may win the case, and have the judge approve your argument or you may settle a case with your opponents. The terms of the court order or the settlement are important. They may create obligations on both parties to the litigation and may require you to take specific steps or actions.

'I did what was right.'

Federal employees are often given portrayed in a bad light. They are unmotivated, simply marking time until they retire. Many of the federal programs they are responsible for draw complaints regarding their expense, the amount of red-tape they generate and their lack of effectiveness.

Beware the stick man

In argumentation, one famous form is known as the "stick man." This is an argument where an often simple scenario is laid out and then easily knocked down by the proponent of the opposing view. Hence, the name stick man, because the argument topples over as easy as a stick man would.

MSPB chief reviews challenging year for agency

Last year was difficult year for the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). The Board, which is responsible for hearing appeals from administrative law judge decisions related to federal employee disciplinary, adverse actions and other employment law cases.

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