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If you feel you have been discriminated against at your position in the Department of Army, you need to take legal action. Federal employees are protected by law and by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Even if you no longer work for the Department of Army, but think you were terminated unfairly, a Federal employment lawyer may be able to fight for your case. Some federal employees may feel intimidated after experiencing harassment at the workplace, but the EEOC has a complaint process in place to address these issues. You may be hesitant about voicing your concerns for fear of repercussions in the workplace, including demotions, causing tension with your managers or risking your job. An experienced Department of Army employment attorney will effectively defend your rights while protecting you against backlash at your job.

The Federal Practice Group is experienced in federal employment litigation, and is prepared to fight aggressively on your behalf. Debra D'Agostino, a member of the legal team, has over ten years of experience representing federal employment law cases. The firm will help you file your EEOC claim and present your case in court. Contacting an attorney from the legal team could be the first step towards moving on from your discrimination experience.

Have your rights been violated?

Workers who have suffered discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination from employers often face long-term consequences including financial hardship and stress. You deserve compensation for any wrongs committed against you by your employers at the Department of Army. Contact the firm as soon as possible to begin preparing your case. The firm's top priority is protecting your interests and representing you effectively during your federal employment case.

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