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Charges and Nexus in MSPB Appeals

February 7, 2024
FCBA Remote Program
Washington, District of Columbia
2:00 PM Eastern

The Federal Circuit Bar Association MSPB Appeals and Government Employees Pro Bono Committees Present:
Charges and Nexus in MSPB Appeals

Wednesday, February 7, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Panelists:
Ronald Weiss, Administrative Judge, U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board
Raymond Angelo, Associate Director, Office of Appeals Counsel, U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board

Summary:
The agency's misconduct charge and the existence of a nexus between the misconduct and the efficiency of the service are two of the key parts of an adverse action before the Board. The presenters, both long-time MSPB employees, will share their insights on the charges and nexus and common issues before the Board. This is an ideal program for those at the beginner or intermediate level of working MSPB appeals.


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