Posted on Oct 05, 2012 |

From: DC Bar
For whistleblowers and other federal employees alike, this elaborate civil service appeals process looks like a giant rubber stamp for approving adverse personnel actions. Notwithstanding occasional victories by beleaguered litigants, including some especially notable appellants represented by lawyers at the nonprofit Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), the wholesale rejection of whistleblower complaints and other personnel appeals cries out for both explanation and remedy. Read more . . . 
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