The importance of hiring a federal employment attorney for federal employee investigations
When federal employees receive proposed disciplinary actions, there are a number of important issues that they must consider before submitting a response.
Federal employees facing indefinite suspension without pay must be provided with a written notice, an opportunity to respond, and due process.
Federal employees facing a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) should take the process very seriously.
One of the most important areas in defending federal employees in agency disciplinary and adverse action cases involves arguing the application of the Douglas factors.
Approximately 20,000 federal employees are subject to disciplinary actions a year. Our nationwide federal employee lawyers represent federal employees in these disciplinary cases before their federal agencies. Each disciplinary action defense is unique and should be evaluated by attorneys familiar with federal employment law.