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  2. Filing a Lawsuit in Federal Court | U.S. Equal Employment ...

    www.eeoc.gov/.../filing-lawsuit-federal-court

    There are two exceptions to this general rule. If your complaint involves age discrimination, you can skip the administrative complaint process altogether and go directly to court (as long as you give EEOC at least 30 days written notice of your intent to go to court).

  3. Federal Court of Australia

    www.fedcourt.gov.au

    About The Federal Court. The Court decides disputes according to law - promptly, courteously and effectively contributing to the economic and social wellbeing of all Australians.

  4. US Court of Federal Claims

    uscfc.uscourts.gov

    Order Continuing Suspension of Paper Filing Requirements in Pro Se Cases (Amended) Based on declared public health emergencies impacting Washington, D.C. and the National Capital Region, and ongoing efforts to mitigate community transmission and the impact of COVID-19, the United States Court of Federal Claims continues to take steps to limit the number of court personnel who are required to ...

  5. United States: Court Holds Plaintiffs Are Precluded From ...

    www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/employee-benefits...

    In a series of significant recent decisions, Judge Pamela K. Chen of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, held that federal courts lack jurisdiction to hear claims alleging violations of New York's wage statement and wage notice claims.

  6. Federal Civilian Employment - OPM.gov

    www.opm.gov/.../federal-civilian-employment

    * Includes all Non-Postal Executive Branch Agencies as well as the Government Printing Office (LP), the U.S. Tax Court (LT), the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (ZL), the U.S. Commision on International Religious Freedom (ZP), the U.S. China Economic & Security Review Comision (ZS), the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission (ZU), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (DJ02).

  7. What kinds of cases are handled in Federal Court?

    www.flnd.uscourts.gov/content/...are-handled-federal-court

    Federal court jurisdiction is limited to certain types of cases listed in the U.S. Constitution. For the most part, federal court jurisdictions only hear cases in which the United States is a party, cases involving violations of the Constitution or federal law, crimes on federal land, and bankruptcy cases.

  8. Federal Employment Lawyers | Tully Rinckey PLLC

    www.tullylegal.com/.../federal-employment-law

    Our federal employment attorneys together have over 200 years of experience practicing federal employment law and have been named among Washington D.C.’s Best Lawyers. They are key components of a team whose targeted, aggressive legal approach has secured positive results for clients in virtually every aspect of federal employment and labor law.

  9. Discovery and deposition practice in federal court

    www.plaintiffmagazine.com/recent-issues/item/...

    Unlike state court where the Code of Civil Procedure provides timing requirements, a deposition notice in federal court need only give “reasonable written notice.” (Rule 30(b)(1).) While “reasonable” generally depends on the facts of a particular case and a particular notice, some courts have interpreted periods as short as eight days ...