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Eric Schwartz v. Rampart Aviation, et. al.

Rampart Aviation, LLC is a federal government contractor. Rampart employed Eric Schwartz, an officer in the US Navy Reserves. In late-September/early-October 2020 Mr. Schwartz complained to company management that the company’s delaying of his promotion and training on account of his military service violated USERRA. Days after making that complaint Rampart grounded Mr. Schwartz from flying. And, shortly thereafter Rampart fired Mr. Schwartz.

A copy of Mr. Schwartz’s lawsuit is available here.


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