USERRA

AcronymDefinition
USERRAUniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994
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After being informed of the service member's upcoming absence, the employer must provide the employee with a notice outlining his or her USERRA rights.
COMTek objects to the recommendation that its motion should be denied as to the USERRA claim and plaintiffs object to the recommendation that the motion should be granted as to the tort claim.
THE FAA UNDERMINES CONGRESS'S INTENT TO PROTECT SERVICEMEMBERS THROUGH USERRA A.
"Likewise, [plaintiff Troy] Simoes must also allege facts sufficient to establish he suffered an adverse employment action, and his military service was a motivating or substantial factor in defendants' conduct, in order to state a USERRA discrimination claim.
Two employees have filed a proposed class action lawsuit under the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act (USERRA) on behalf of a class of current and former employees of Federal Express Corp.
The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) is the most comprehensive federal civil rights law that exists related to the workplace.
Justice Department has reached a settlement with Laborers Local 1149 in Wheeling, W.V., resolving claims the union violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) by failing to reinstate U.S.
A former employee of a county sheriffs department, a female, who was also a member of the United States Air Force Reserve, brought an action against the sheriff alleging sex discrimination in violation of Title VII, and alleging violation of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
"Traditionally, USERRA was crafted to ensure that deployed service members are protected from job loss as a result of their military obligations upon return from deployment," Dickens said.
This officer described having to leave the Guard to resume his airline job since the protections of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) would cover deployed work as "excluded time" but had no concept of the member being deployed-in-place.