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Basic Veterans Law 2018: Practicing Before the Department of Veterans Affairs

Available: In Stock
Price: $69.00
Item Code: 10576-BK


This manual will serve as a ready reference by providing an in-depth review of the VA claim process, the basic principles of veterans law, attorney’s fees, and ethical issues, plus how to appeal a claim to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Also included are samples of the various forms and notices you will need to file or appeal a claim, along with the important regulations you need to be aware of.

Summary of Contents

  • VA Claim Process, by Tomas Reed
  • Basic Principles of Veterans Law, by Susan Saidel
  • Appeals to the Board of Veterans Appeals, by Jason Manne
  • Appeals to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, by Susan Paczak
  • Attorney’s Fees, by Tomas Reed
  • Ethical Issues in Veterans Law Practice, by Tomas Reed
    • Appendix A. Joe Veteran Claim File
    • Appendix B. Joe Veteran Claim File Part II BVA Hearing
    • Appendix C: Joe Veteran Claim File Part III: Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
    • Appendix E. Important Regulations
    • Appendix F. Extracts from the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct
Practice Areas
Published: 10/12/2018
Pages: 373


Jason W. Manne Esq.
Manne Law Office
Susan Paczak Esq.
Abes Baumann PC
Prof. Emeritus Thomas J. Reed
Widener University Delaware Law School
Susan W Saidel Esq.
Disability Rights New Jersey
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