Law Firm Representing Pennsylvania Government Discipline and Removal

Termination, Suspension or Reprimand of
Federal Government Workers in Pennsylvania

Federal employees have due process rights that private sector employees do not. If you are threatened with removal, suspension or other disciplinary action, you have several avenues to prevent the adverse action or to challenge the decision. To take full advantage of your rights and protect your interests, consult the experienced employment law attorneys of Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C.

As an employee of the U.S. government, you have the right to challenge any disciplinary decision or proposed employment action. Our attorneys can represent federal workers in Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.

Our employment litigation attorneys have more than 20 years of experience in federal employee rights cases. We can advocate for you in all forums regarding:

If you believe your federal employer had no grounds to reprimand, demote, suspend or terminate you, or if you believe the punishment was excessive or punitive, we can intervene. Our attorneys will aggressive challenge any adverse action taken against you, working to avoid, rescind or mitigate the employer's action.

We Realize Your Federal Employment Status Is on the Line

We can challenge a removal or other disciplinary action to try to get it reversed. Whether you are facing termination, suspension, demotion or reprimand, you cannot afford to simply let it happen. Our lawyers enable you to assert your rights and fight back to protect everything you have worked for.

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Please contact our firm to speak with an experienced employment lawyer. We are available to counsel federal government employees in the Philly Metro area, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown, Scranton and throughout Pennsylvania.