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Sarah Tuck

Sarah Tuck retired after more than 32 years of government service, serving in various roles. She was a Deputy Director over five HR functions (Employee Relations, misconduct investigations, a branch that covered many functions (to include but not limited to reasonable accommodation and telework), Labor Relations, and Hearings and Appeals). Prior to that position, she was also a supervisory employee relations specialist, a director of Civil Rights Division and an agency representative on numerous Merit Systems Protection Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission cases. Sarah frequently presents at conferences such as the Federal Workforce Training and Expo, EEOC EXCEL, LRP audio events, the Federal Dispute Resolution conference, the Federal Employment Lawyers Group and for the Office of Personnel Management. She has authored three books with Dewey Publications.

Motions Practice before the MSPB and the EEOC
Motions Practice before the MSPB and the EEOC, 2023
New Release
By: Tuck & Founding Author Hadley
Price: $160.00
Sku: 23MPME
Edition: 2nd/2023
ISBN: 1-978-1-956013-15-3
Availability: IN-STOCK
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Prehearing and post-hearing motions, as well as rules of motion practice are studied in this newly updated practical and helpful guidebook. The authors examine motions presented to the Board and the Commission separately, paying special consideration to how to most effectively use motions for the desired result. Major topics include federal rules of civil procedure and basic, pre- and post-hearing motion practice before the Merit Systems Protection Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (more details)

Discovery Practice before the MSPB
16DPMB.jpg By: Tuck
Price: $125.00
Sku: 16DPMB
Edition: 3rd/2016
ISBN: 978-1-941825-19-8; 1-941825-19-2
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A Dewey classic, Discovery Practice Before the MSPB is now in its third edition, offering comprehensive instruction on oral and written discovery before the MSPB, and includes samples of discovery materials, a detailed examination of discovery procedure, relevant case citations, MSPB regulations, and more, to help maximize discovery and better prepare for litigation. Major topics include non-discovery tools for obtaining information, sample instructions, depositions, interrogatories, requests for documents, physical and mental exams, requests for admissions, motions to compel, how to protect against discovery, and sanctions. (more details)

Crafting Durable Settlement Agreements
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Price: $160.00
Sku: 12CDSA
Edition: 2nd/2012
ISBN: 978-1-934651-67-4; 1-934651-67-2
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Crafting Durable Settlement Agreements is a complete research tool for negotiating, drafting and enforcing settlement agreements, with expert commentary and sample agreement provisions and terms. Analysis of relevant MSPB and EEO case law, regulations, OPM guidance, and MD-110, and Federal Rules of Evidence is included. Major topics include settlement principles and advice, guidelines for settlement, settlement authority, collateral use of and challenges to agreements and offers, preparation for settlement, alternative discipline agreements, last chance agreements, pre-appeal agreements, common settlement terms, enforcement, and rescission. (more details)

Surviving EEO Complaints
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Price: $75.00
Sku: 10SEEC
Edition: 3rd/2010
ISBN: 1-934651-39-7
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This straightforward training manual educates federal supervisors and managers on complaints and theories of discrimination and the complaint process. Advice is liberally interspersed on how to prevent discrimination complaints and how to defend against a complaint. Major topics include a summary of the discrimination laws, covered employees, disparate treatment and impact, harassment, reasonable accommodation, retaliation, strategies for reducing complaints, the EEO complaint and hearing processes, use of government property and time, and coping with the litigation process. (more details)