20 CFR Part 1002, Subpart F - Compliance Assistance, Enforcement and Remedies
- Compliance Assistance
- Investigation and Referral
- § 1002.288 — How does an individual file a USERRA complaint?
- § 1002.289 — How will VETS investigate a USERRA complaint?
- § 1002.290 — Does VETS have the authority to order compliance with USERRA?
- § 1002.291 — What actions may an individual take if the complaint is not resolved by VETS?
- § 1002.292 — What can the Attorney General do about the complaint?
- Enforcement of Rights and Benefits Against a State or Private Employer
- § 1002.303 — Is an individual required to file his or her complaint with VETS?
- § 1002.304 — If an individual files a complaint with VETS and VETS' efforts do not resolve the complaint, can the individual pursue the claim on his or her own?
- § 1002.305 — What court has jurisdiction in an action against a State or private employer?
- § 1002.306 — Is a National Guard civilian technician considered a State or Federal employee for purposes of USERRA?
- § 1002.307 — What is the proper venue in an action against a State or private employer?
- § 1002.308 — Who has legal standing to bring an action under USERRA?
- § 1002.309 — Who is a necessary party in an action under USERRA?
- § 1002.310 — How are fees and court costs charged or taxed in an action under USERRA?
- § 1002.311 — Is there a statute of limitations in an action under USERRA?
- § 1002.312 — What remedies may be awarded for a violation of USERRA?
- § 1002.313 — Are there special damages provisions that apply to actions initiated in the name of the United States?
- § 1002.314 — May a court use its equity powers in an action or proceeding under the Act?
Title 20 published on 2015-04-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 20 CFR Part 1002.