If you are a federal employee dealing with a workplace grievance, you've come to the right place.
As a federal employee you are entitled to a host of rights and protections created under the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. These rights are overseen by the Merit Systems Protection Board, and include the ability to appeal a variety of adverse personnel actions to the MSPB such as wrongful terminations, suspensions, discipline and demotion, sexual harassment, reductions in force, rejection of disability benefits, retaliation for filing a whistleblower claim, discriminatory and unfair treatment, and more.
We want to ensure you get a fair hearing at the MSPB, and that your rights are vigorously protected and your side of the story is heard. We understand that any disciplinary action can lead to greater problems in the future, and in certain cases can end of an employee's career in federal service. As soon as you are notified that your employer is instituting disciplinary procedures against you, or initiating an investigation, we recommend consulting with one of our attorneys - it will be crucial to have an experienced lawyer fighting alongside you and preserving your rights throughout the process.
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At Melville Johnson, it is our mission to ensure every federal employee has the right to due process.
Having defended thousands of federal employees against all federal agencies from coast-to-coast for over twenty-five years, the MSPB attorneys at Melville Johnson PC are about as knowledgeable as they come in all aspects of Merit Systems Protection Board and Federal Employment law, and we are here to provide federal employees with the rigorous representation you'll need.
Wrongful discipline or termination from a federal employment position will no doubt mark a time of tension and strain in your life. Having a skilled, experienced lawyer by your side who knows the MSPB process and can guide you though it will ease much of the burden.
We recommend consulting with one of our attorneys - it will be crucial to have an experienced lawyer fighting alongside you and preserving your rights throughout the process.
Attorney George Johnson founded our firm's client-centered approach over a quarter century ago, and has been fighting on behalf of federal employees nationwide ever since. He has vigorously defended federal employees all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and has developed a reputation internationally as adept in all aspects of MSPB and Federal Employment Law.
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