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As a Transportation and Security Administration employee, you have specific rights. These include the right to equal opportunity, fair pay, a harassment-free working environment, and equal opportunities for advancement, among others. In situations where these rights are violated, The Federal Practice Group can fight for justice on your behalf. If you are in need of legal counsel nationally or internationally, contact a lawyer for immediate assistance with your case.

The firm has many years of experience protecting the interests of TSA and other federal employees, in even the most complex legal issues. These include disciplinary actions before the Merits System Protections Board(MSPB),discrimination claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and federal retirement and whistleblower retaliation cases. All employees deserve a workplace free from wrongful, retaliatory, or discriminatory actions. Attorneys at the firm will always have your best interests at the forefront of every decision, and provide candid, straightforward counsel.

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Whether you are an administrative worker, supervisor, manager, executive, regional director, or contractor, you have worked hard to get where you are. It is essential that your case be handled by the most professional and experienced representation possible. Attorneys at the firm are tough advocates that will fight for any compensation you are legally entitled to. They will also offer you outstanding service throughout your entire case. The legal team is attentive and available to answer any questions that may arise during the process. Call them now for a discreet, confidential consultation.

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