How long does it take to get a holding at the MSPB. The MSPB has what is called the 120-day standard. This simply means that as a general rule, the Merit Systems Protection Board’s policy is to adjudicate all appeals within 120 days – except for good cause. If aContinue reading
MSPB’s New FAQ on Impact of Lack of Board Members
The Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) recently published on its website a new FAQ on the impact of the lack of MSPB board members. That the MSPB has been operating without a quorum for well over four years has been widely debated, discussed and criticized. There is currently a backlogContinue reading
Filing an Appeal to the MSPB
An appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (“MSPB”) may be filed at: MSPB. The MSPB has an online filing system that allows an appellant to file the entire appeal online. The MSPB, in short, is an administrative agency tasked with resolving disputes between government agencies and employees of U.S.Continue reading
Removal From Federal Government Service: What Should I Do Next?
In many cases, a Notice of Proposed Removal leading to a Removal Notification should be challenged by a federal government employee. A successful challenge can lead to, among other things, reinstatement and monetary damages. We suggest, if you have not, yet, responded to the Notice of Proposed Removal that youContinue reading
MSPB, EEOC & Negotiated Grievance Procedures Complaints: Federal Government Employment Law Basics
Hayes & Simon retains lawyers that have experience handling appeals to the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB), grievances under the Negotiated Grievance Procedure and complaints to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) from our New York and some overseas associated offices. We have handled removals and other punishments of GSContinue reading
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