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Ok I been tell the veterans that there is a new program for pro SE veteran at the court.

If you have a lawyer on your case they have a conference. Before the case really get started.

Well that did happen for pro SE veterans.

So now the court allows veterans to get a pro Bono lawyer for the limited purpose of the telephone conference.

Well I am try this on the one case the effective dates for smc s and l.

The Howell v Nicholson percendent.

EXPEDITED: Clerk Ord setting telephonic briefing conference on March 28, 2022, at 1:00 PM (ET) to be conducted by , Esq., of the Court's Central Legal Staff. This conference may be rescheduled by the Court only upon a showing of good cause. Summary of the Issues due at least 7 days prior to the conference. Please click here to view the Procedural Requirements for Rule 33, Staff Conferences. (FAS)

Ok this is my problem I have not spoke to this lawyer not once.

He email me he at a convention in DC.

Ok so if he got to have the issues in by the 21 and I gave talk to him what issues is he going to bring up.

 

See this us why I don't like this pro Bono lawyer stuff they feel every veteran does understand anything so they do what they feel.

Well I email him my issues and let them not be address I will be out in every complaint to ever lawyer board he is with.

I am not about to play the 3 for months sitting here and they are not even look at any of my issues.

I am in fire right now this is why I don't like the pro Bono stuff.

They jump on your case don't tell what lawyer.

Sometimes you get food one and sometimes you get a new jack.

This guy has a whole firm and has been doing this for over 12 years.

I was cool but this nir feel like he has to speak to me is really rubbing me the wrong Way.

 

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Well talk with the lawyer today after I press a few buttons.

But I like him and I will use him on the other cases.

We had a 45min conversation and he understood my issues.

That all I have been asking for.

He doing a hearing on a class action about veterans starting over the appeal process after remands.

One of my issues.

I am not crazy guys the VA is making veterans start over the appeal process after remands.

When they make you do a nod or VA form 9.

They are taking them an starting a new appeal stream.

Say your been appealing for 5 years.

You get a remand and the regional office tell you u have to do a new nod to get your appeal return to the board.

They will change your docket number day your claim get granted.

The effective date will be the date of the new nod or VA form 9.

 

Now you are fighting to get the appeal years back.

 

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@Mr cueMan, that stinks. I hope your attorney wins on behalf of all veterans.

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Yes it does. it didnt really effect me or my court remand as far as time wise because. My case was advance again.

Why my petition for extraordinary relief.

 

But now I have a court remand.

That is back at the court as 3 different appeals with different appeal dates.

I even have one of the court remand issues process in the new appeal system.

It's crazy 

If ppl what to understand look at the case Grove v Nicholson.

It talk about sanction the veterans affairs for mishandling cavc remands.

The court even send memo to ever droc.

I am try to get the court to address all this.

I really like the lawyer. 

I ask him could he handle one of the other appeals as the lawyer on the case the mental health.

He told me he look at it all ready and he could win it. But 

He was straight up an told me he will have to see because my case is expidate and he handling a class action lawsuit on the issue. This month

So he not sure he can do it. I like the honesty.

He is just no accepting a bunch of court case and hoping he win more remands then he loss.

You can go in the court site and put in your lawyer name in the case search and see how many cases they are handling.

An how many case they have did.

We even talk about the new rule 33 conference for the pro SE veterans. 

Its a New program started by the Chief judge at the court.

The judge is the judge in my case.

He ask me how did I no to ask the judge to order the conference.

I read alot of veterans stuff and there is a thing call the veterans law journal.

It come from the veterans Court.

It like a monthly new letter.

it was in the journal and I seen it was started by the judge in my case.

So it the judge baby lol.

Ok I am done but my thing is educated yourself on your condition and the law that address it.

Cfr  VA manual and even the court cases.

Because there could be a court percendent that address your issues.

This my opinion but most of the veterans on hadit have been fighting the veterans affairs for benfits for over 15 years

And no more law than some vso out there.

 

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