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‘Mixed-case’ appeals must be heard by district court

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A federal employee seeking judicial review of a Merit Systems Protection Board decision dismissing an employment related “mixed-case” appeal must go to district court, not the Federal Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled.

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Justices ponder where fired federal workers can appeal

WASHINGTON – Sometimes employment litigation is complicated, so much so that the parties and judges can’t even agree on which court has jurisdiction to hear an appeal.

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Justices: Federal workers’ constitutional claims barred

The Merit Systems Protection Board provides the exclusive avenue of judicial review for federal employees’ adverse employment action challenges, even when those employees argue that a federal statute is unconstitutional, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

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The Merit Systems Protection Board provides the exclusive avenue of judicial review for federal employees’ adverse employment action challenges, even when those employees argue that a federal statute is unconstitutional. See “Justices: Federal workers’ constitutional claims barred” U.S. Supreme Court. ...

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