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  • Coverage of Solomon Law Firm, PLLC Attorney Kathryn Barcroft’s #MeToo Panel Discussion at the New York Bar Association’s Presidential Summit
    Coverage of Solomon Law Firm, PLLC Attorney Kathryn Barcroft’s #MeToo Panel Discussion at the New York Bar Association’s Presidential Summit

    Barcroft served as member of the New York State Bar Association’s Presidential Summit panel entitled “Listening to #MeToo: Why Laws to Prevent Sexual Harassment Have Been Ineffective, and What ...

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  • Sexual Harassment in Congress - Attorney Ariel Solomon Examines the Outcomes of the Congressional #MeToo Movement in the New York Law Journal
    Sexual Harassment in Congress - Attorney Ariel Solomon Examines the Outcomes of the Congressional #MeToo Movement in the New York Law Journal

    Solomon Law Firm, PLLC principal attorney Ariel Solomon was recently published in the New York Law Journal, where she discusses the meaning and impact of Congress’ passing of S.3749. Her article, ...

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  • Walking the Tight Rope of the Last Chance Agreement
    Walking the Tight Rope of the Last Chance Agreement

    Is signing a Last Chance Agreement really your last chance? The name says it all. A Last Chance Agreement, or LCA, literally means a federal agency is giving an employee one final opportunity to ...

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  • Were you charged with Conduct Unbecoming? That's nonsense.
    Were you charged with Conduct Unbecoming? That's nonsense.

    Any number of allegations can serve as the basis for an adverse action. An adverse action, like a proposed removal or termination, may be taken at any time against a federal employee for myriad ...

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  • Failure to Follow Instruction and Successful Litigation before the MSPB
    Failure to Follow Instruction and Successful Litigation before the MSPB

    "Failure to follow instruction" is a basis for discipline cited by Federal Agencies with increasing frequency when proposing disciplinary action against a Federal employee. One reason for this may be ...

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