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Veterans Law Developments

By The National Veterans Legal Services Project

The decisions of the U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals have dramatically changed veterans law. This article summarizes some of CVA's major decisions in 1992, including VA's failure to follow its own rules and regulations and the inapplicability of EAJA to CVA proceedings. It also describes VA's new procedures to implement CVA's decisions. Finally, the article discusses new regulations affecting the Agent Orange class.

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