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Does my government employment guarantee me due process?

Every American citizen has a right to due process. That's the concept under the Constitution that says that the government can't treat any individual unfairly or arbitrarily. We may think that this theory of law only applies to someone charged with a criminal offense, but it also is one that applies in other areas of our lives.

Is discrimination based on sexual orientation legal?

It is common knowledge in the legal profession that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects employees in California and the rest of the country from workplace discrimination. Employers are banned from discriminating against employees on the basis of race, sex, national origin, color of skin, or religion.

Depth of disability benefits depends on analyzing your case

Just like workers in any job, federal employees can suffer injuries on the job. Unlike workers in the private sector, federal employees have a number of sources for obtaining benefits for occupational disability benefits. To be sure that you receive all the help due you after an injury, a full analysis of the facts of your case should be done. This is something an experienced federal employment attorney can help with.

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