Episode 69: Appeals to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals
On this episode of Veterans Legal Lowdown, the CCK team is taking a closer look at the process for appealing decisions to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals. In February 2019, VA officially implemented the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA). In this new appeals system, veterans have three lanes for appealing a decision from VA. Within the third lane, the Notice of Disagreement/Board appeal lane, veterans must choose between three dockets: the evidence docket, direct review docket, and hearing docket. Tune in as the team breaks down these three lanes, explaining the requirements for each, when it is possible to switch between the lanes, and more.
- Finality of VA Decisions: Legacy Appeals System vs. Appeals Reform
- Representation at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
- CCK Partners with Harvard Law School in a Class Action Case at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
- Switching Lanes Under Appeals Reform
- Remands from the Board of Veterans’ Appeals Under Appeals Reform
- Who is Eligible for the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- Why Did the VA Create the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- What Is the Difference Between the Higher-Level Review Lane and the Supplemental Claim Lane?
- Can I Opt-in to Appeals Reform Once It’s Enacted?
- How Can a Veteran File an Appeal in the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- The New VA Appeals System, Explained
- VA Appeals Reform is HERE (February 19, 2019)
- The Board of Veterans’ Appeals Explained
- Monk v. Wilkie: Class Actions at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
- The Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
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