Why Federal Management Officials Who Are Accused Or Involved In A Discrimination Or Whistleblower Case Need To Talk With Their Own Attorney

Protecting Yourself When You Are Involved With A Discrimination Or Whistleblower Case

No one likes to get involved with cases involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), but it does happen. If you are a federal management official who has become involved in a case, or you stand accused in a case, you owe it to yourself to speak to an attorney who is familiar with federal employment law.

At The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we handle cases only for federal employees. We take cases at every level of government, for every grade and in every agency. Federal labor and employment law is all we do. Bobby Devadoss was an attorney for the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) and also worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) before opening his own practice. He understands the inner-workings of the federal employment system and will be your zealous advocate.

We understand what you have at stake in your job as well as the associated benefits and retirement package. We know what any action against you might cost in terms of your life and your career. We want to help.

Professional Representation For Federal Management Officials

Many management officials feel that their agency will watch out for them during these cases. Unfortunately this is not always true. The agency's attorneys are obligated to protect the best interests of the agency, not yours. When your employee makes the initial accusation, it may seem like the agency is behind you. Unfortunately, that may change.

Your job is to be a witness for the agency. It is probable that at some point in the process, there will be a conflict between you and the agency. At this point, if not before, you need to talk to a lawyer.

Our firm handles many cases like this, even if it is just contacting us at various points to confirm that the agency is behaving properly. In most cases, the agency is acting according to the best interests of the manager. When it is not, we are there to aggressively protect our clients' rights.

Call us at 888-351-0424 or send us an email to discuss your situation. We offer free case evaluations, and we work within your budget. For phone consultations without a retainer, we offer a flat fee per call.