MSPB: Federal Employees in Washington DC
Merit Systems Protection Board Attorney
The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) was created to protect federal employees from improper demotions (including step or grade changes), suspensions and terminations. Cases handled by the MSPB differ significantly from those handled by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) because they do not involve allegations of discrimination.
The laws and regulations governing MSPB can be quite complex and intimidating and it is in your best interest to have an experienced lawyer on your side. The agency management officials have their lawyers to defend and represent their interest and so should you.
Are you a federal employee under investigation for a performance- or conduct-related issue? Do you face disciplinary action? We would like to discuss your case with you. Call a lawyer from The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., today at or send us an e-mail to arrange your free consultation. We are committed to the rights of federal employees.
Representation at All Stages of Your Case
Our law firm handles all stages of MSPB cases, and we encourage you to retain us as soon as possible. We can represent you in employee investigations, potentially preventing your case from moving to the next level. If it has moved to the next level, we can assist in responding to proposed disciplinary and adverse actions. We handle all administrative hearings and appeals.
Our law firm features a former federal attorney, meaning that we are well versed in all areas of federal sector employment law, including MSPB cases. We will support you from the start of your case to the finish, putting forth our best effort to protect your job.
Free Consultation — Reasonable Fees
Contact us to discuss your case with a Washington, DC, MSPB attorney. We offer free case evaluations, and our fee structures are designed to meet your needs. If we are successful, we will request that you be reimbursed for your attorney’s fees, back pay, medical costs and other costs your agency would normally have covered.