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An attorney at The Federal Practice Group can help protect your rights in the workplace. The firm's focus is federal employment law, both nationally and internationally. They have extensive experience representing ICE and other federal employees in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) litigation and hearings, Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) cases involving matters such as removals, whistleblower claims and retirement issues.

If you are an Immigration and Customs Enforcement employee faced with a wrongful employment condition, it is essential to immediately retain knowledgeable representation. The firm can pursue maximum compensation if your legal rights have been violated, and seek to remedy your situation if you face disciplinary actions. They will take legal action to address any discrimination or harassment, including sexual harassment, in the workplace. Federal personnel rules differ greatly from those in the private sector. Often federal employees are not aware of all the rights they have. The firm can give you an honest assessment of the merits of your case, and answer any questions you have about the claim process.

Protecting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Employee Rights

When you discuss your case with an attorney at the firm, you can be assured of having a thorough understanding of the laws that pertain to your situation. You will also be well informed of the options you have regarding compensation. The firm has a long track record of successfully achieving substantial settlements on behalf of federal employees. The firm can guide you through the various confusing elements of federal sector employment law. Call the legal team today for experienced counsel you can depend on.

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