Berry & Berry, PLLC is a law firm in the Metropolitan, Washington, DC area focused on federal sector labor and employment law. We serve federal employee clients nationwide. We are a law firm for federal employees with employment and labor issues. Our federal employment attorneys have significant experience practicing federal employment law and have received numerous awards for our work. We also teach continuing legal education courses to other lawyers in the area of federal employment law. We take pride in our legal representation of federal employees and are honored to work for these hardworking individuals.
Our lawyers represent federal employees at hearings before the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) and various other federal agencies. If you are involved in a legal employment matter with a federal agency, we are here to help. The civil service laws and regulations which govern federal employment are very different from those that government employment disputes for private-sector employees. If you are a federal employee with legal issues regarding your employment, it is important to retain an attorney experienced in federal employment law. Our law firm has practiced this specialized area of law for over 20 years.
We offer a full set of legal services to protect your federal employee rights. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our federal employment lawyers, please contact us at (703) 668-0070 or by visiting our website’s contact us page.
Issues we handle
- Congressional Employees
- Employee Investigations
- Family Medical Leave Act
- Federal Adverse and Disciplinary Actions
- Federal Employee EEO Cases
- Grievances and Arbitrations
- Hatch Act Lawyers
- Law Enforcement Officers
- Merit Systems Protection Board
- Unfair Labor Practices
- USERRA and VEOA
- Whistleblower and Office of Special Counsel
- Wrongful Termination