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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

The Federal Practice Group has extensive experience focusing on the rights of federal workers in employment law disputes. If you are an FAA worker facing discrimination, sexual harassment, other issues of harassment, disciplinary actions, wage and overtime disputes, whistleblower retaliation, or security clearance issues, contact the firm today. They offer a variety of services to FAA employees, including representation in Merit System Protection Board appeals, federal courts and EEOC matters. A knowledgeable federal employment lawyer will understand how the agencies operate, and can maximize your potential results.

As an FAA employee, the best person you can speak to when involved in adverse working conditions is an attorney strictly focused on federal employment law. The firm has helped many clients achieve substantial verdicts and settlements, and improved working conditions. Employment disputes on the federal level can be particularly frustrating. When you have a skilled attorney protecting your interests, it offers you a much better chance at a favorable outcome.

Experienced Counsel for FAA Employees

The firm can work with you no matter what stage your dispute is in. They carefully gather all relevant evidence, and prepare and file all required documentation for administrative or court proceedings. The legal team will explain your case in detail so that you know what to expect. They are tough negotiators and litigators who do not back down when faced with any efforts to minimize the value of your case. Call today for the experienced legal counsel you can trust.

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