Federal employees are afforded a number of protections that are unavailable to private sector employees. When you are facing disciplinary actions including removal or suspension, you have a right to challenge the decisions in a formal dispute process. At Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., we are highly experienced in representing federal employees in disciplinary action proceedings.
As a federal employee, you have the right to challenge any disciplinary action or decisions made against you. Our attorneys will assert your rights protect your interests in a federal employment law matter. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation or case evaluation.
Our employment law attorneys have successfully persuaded deciding officials to rescind proposed reprimands, suspensions and removals. Whether you have suffered federal employee discrimination or you are facing termination or removal, our attorneys can fully investigate the action taken in your case and challenge any decisions made against you.
If you believe that the reasons stated for your demotion, suspension, or removal do not make sense, let us investigate your case. We will counsel you on how to respond, and advise you about your options.
Even if a decision has already been made in your case, it is possible to challenge that decision and get it reversed. Whether you are facing suspension, demotion, or removal, our attorneys will aggressively assert your rights and present necessary evidence to challenge the decision made in your case.
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Please contact our firm to speak with an experienced employment lawyer. We offer strategic and result-driven legal services to clients in Washington, D.C., and throughout Maryland and Northern Virginia.
"Thank you again for your help with my claim. I am very happy with the settlement I received and found you both very pleasant and professional to work with. I admire that you put up with my impatience. And I appreciate the patience you showed me during the long process. The first day I met you Alan, I knew I could expect good things from your firm when you told me "Run, don't walk, back to your office and e-mail your EEO officer this exact message". I told myself "He's been around the block a few times". :) Anyway, thank you again for everything you did.