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NVLSP Veterans Benefits Publications

  1. 1. LexisNexis and the Knowledge Burst logo are registered trademarks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under license. Other products or services may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. © 2014 LexisNexis. All rights reserved. OFF03079-2 0714 Complementary Titles Federal Veterans Laws, Rules and Regulations, 2013 Edition $65  |  1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, Pub. #37575, ISBN 97807698551 Also in eBook format •  eISBN 978032719944 Veterans Benefits Manual and Related Laws and Regulations on CD-ROM, 2013 Edition $220  |  CD-ROM, single user, Pub. #37588, ISBN 9780769859599 LexisNexis® Automated Veterans Benefits Forms CD-ROM $234  |  CD-ROM, single user, Pub. #02580, ISBN 9780820552071 Veterans Benefits Advocacy DVD $300  |  1 DVD, 4 hours, single user, Pub. #37572, ISBN 9781422495308 • New information about Home Loan Guaranty Benefits • New case law regarding evidence submitted after the filing of a Substantive Appeal • Discussion around why it is now easier for a veteran to obtain a VA specially adapted housing grant • Changes to the VA’s fiduciary system eliminating the need for prior approval for expenditures • Plus, new advocacy tips related to: – The 2013 VA initiative to adjudicate claims pending for more than two years – How to force the VA to obtain a medical examination of opinion in a Section 1151 claim – Recent changes made by VA to provision of notice to claimants under VCAA – Obligation of a BVA Judge to inform claimants at a VBA hearing about missing evidence FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL 800.533.1637 CONTACT your LexisNexis® sales representative GO TO www.lexisnexis.com/veterans20 LexisNexis® is proud to provide these veterans benefits resources from NVLSP. Veterans Benefits Manual, 2013 Edition Barton F. Stichman, Ronald B. Abrams, Louis J. George, Editors New in this edition The 2013 Edition includes new benefits law topics and statutes, as well as advocacy tips to help you better represent your clients in court. Updates to the new edition include: • In-depth explanation of how a less-than-honorable characterization of military service impacts eligibility to VA benefits • Expanded discussion of the VA’s Fully Developed Claims (FDC) program, including advocacy tips on how to use the program • Discussion on how to effectively use the new VA Notice of Disagreement form • Recent developments in the Federal Circuit that affect how to argue and win a Section 1151 claim • Discussion of new medical benefits available to veterans and their family members who served at Camp LeJuene, N.C. 1 volume, softbound, replaced annually, Pub. #37578, ISBN 9780769869582 Prices do not reflect sales tax, shipping or handling where applicable. Price subject to change without notice. CD-ROM or electronic subscription subject to additional contract agreement. Call for more details. $150

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