Jury trials for USERRA cases

Conrad, Andree
June 1998
Army Lawyer;Jun98, Issue 307, p15
Trade Publication
Focuses on a federal court decision that allows plaintiffs to request for jury trials in cases where there is a claim for liquidated damages under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act in the United States. Two possible sources for a constitutional right to trial by jury in federal cases; Extra bargaining power for reservists and veterans in dealing with recalcitrant civilian employers.


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