Washington, D.C. MSPB Claims Attorney
Protecting Your Federal Employment Rights in MSPB Claims
Federal employees have several avenues to pursue remedies when they believe they have been wronged by their employer. One economical and efficient avenue is to file an appeal with the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). If you feel you were wrongly suspended or removed, it may be in your interest to speak with an experienced lawyer about what it takes to file MSPB claims.
At Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C. , we have been representing federal employees for over 20 years in disputes with their employers. Our knowledge and experience, along with numerous successful verdicts and settlements , can be key to helping you through an otherwise stressful time.
We are attentive to your needs and are available to you when you need your questions answered. We will work to understand your goals and strive to provide the results-driven advocacy you deserve.
The MSPB Claims Process
As a federal government worker, you have many rights that cannot be taken away from you by your federal agency employer. One of these rights includes due process, which means you cannot be demoted, denied a within grade increase, suspended or fired without just cause. If you feel your employer has wrongly fired or suspended you, you may be able to appeal your case to the MSPB.
The MSPB is a government agency that assigns administrative judges to make decisions on suspension and termination cases that are appealed to it by federal government employees . We will file your appeal to the MSPB, seek a settlement for your claim, and represent you in any hearings.
An Alternative to Making MSPB Claims
Your employer must propose any of the disciplinary actions it intends to take, including a reprimand, suspension or removal, prior to actually taking the step itself. This proposal will come to you in the form of a written letter. You generally are given 15 days to respond to the proposal. One of our attorneys can draft a response letter for you, addressing the concerns laid out in the letter and preserving your rights. If done correctly and promptly, this action may allow you to avoid having to pursue any MSPB claims and preserve your job.
Federal Discrimination Claims
The MSPB will hear a mixed case removal/discrimination case. For claims involving federal discrimination that does not involve removal, speak with one of our attorneys about bringing a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
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