A recent Michigan statute provides for the re-employment of former employees of the state or the subdivisions thereof who left their positions, voluntarily or involuntarily, for service in the armed forces of the United States and have been honorably discharged. No opinion as to the interpretation or effect of the statute has been rendered by the Michigan courts or by any official state agency, but an examination of the very similar federal statute, and the litigation which it has fostered, indicates that a number of problems may arise. An insight into some typical problems and their possible solutions may be obtained from an examination of the federal decisions.
William A. Bain, Jr. S.Ed.,
LEGISLATION-MICHIGAN VETERANS' RE-EMPLOYMENT ACT,
Mich. L. Rev.
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