Regarding employment discrimination, federal employees have the same protections that those in the private sector have: you cannot be discriminated against on account of your age, race, national origin, gender, disability or religion. However, federal employees have additional rights if they are subjected to disciplinary action or termination in retaliation for claiming discrimination.
If you have been unfairly disciplined, terminated or demoted because of your protected status, you should speak with an employment lawyer experienced in federal discrimination cases.
At Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., we are strong advocates for people who have suffered discrimination in the workplace, including:
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Our law firm represents federal employees throughout the state of California, including San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and other cities.
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Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., is a team of employees with extensive experience and a record of success representing federal employees in discrimination cases.
As a federal employee, you are entitled to due process. If you have been unfairly disciplined, demoted or terminated on account of your member of a protected class, we can represent you, seeking compensation and justice for you.
Federal employment disputes are usually handled through administrative processes, including hearings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). Our law firm has extensive experience and a record of success in these hearings. We also represent federal employees in appeals before these bodies and in litigation in federal court. You can depend on Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C., for skillful advocacy at all stages of the legal process.
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