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Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)
The Merit Systems Protection Board, or MSPB, is a federal agency that was created to protect federal employees from being unfairly suspended, demoted, or terminated from their job. The board is comprised of three members appointed by the president and approved by the senate. While the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission handles most cases involving claims of discrimination, the MSPB handles the majority of other grievances which may include retaliation for protected whistle-blower disclosures, sexual harassment, wage and hours issues and others. While the Merit Systems Protection Board was designed to protect you and your career, the laws and procedures are complex and can be confusing. It is very important that you have an experienced federal employment law attorney in your corner to aggressively and professionally represent you. MSPB
The proven attorneys at The Federal Practice Group have over a century of combined experience successfully assisting federal employees though the most difficult periods of their lives and careers. You have the right to representation at MSPB proceedings and their exceptional and accomplished legal team will not allow you to be intimidated. The firm has the established and effective experience required to successfully handle MSPB cases including MSPB appeals. The firm may be your best ally in seeking the best available outcome from the MSPB.
Fighting for Your Rights and Best Interests in Federal Employment
When you contact a seasoned attorney from the firm, you will be joining forces with a passionate and resourceful advocate devoted to achieving the optimal outcome. MSPB hearings can be challenging but the firm will be with you every step of the way. They care about your career and your future. They are devoted not only to representing you legally but also to supporting your well-being. Whether you are working at home or abroad, one of their attorneys will be by your side energetically upholding your rights and seeking outstanding results.
Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)
The Merit Systems Protection Board, or MSPB, was created to protect federal merit systems and the federal employees throughout the world who work within those systems. In cases where a particular agency within the federal government makes an official decision regarding the behavior, actions, special allegations or work status of an employee, the individual has the right to file an MSPB appeal which would seek to overturn the agency’s decision. Failing to win your hearing or MSPB appeal can result in demotion, loss of wages, loss of employment, loss of reputation and more.
It is important to note that the vast majority of MSPB appeals are ruled in favor of the federal government rather than the federal employee. This is likely due in large part to the fact that many individuals choose to represent themselves in MSPB-related hearings or appeals. Many of those who make the decision to represent themselves find the process overly demanding, strict and difficult to work within. For these reasons more than any other, it is critical to seek the qualified, professional support of a federal employment law attorney as soon as possible in order to avoid the harmful consequences of failure.
Dependable Representation for Board Hearings
The Federal Practice Group represents federal employees worldwide in Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) hearings, in court appeals of MSPB decisions, as well as in a variety of workplace complaints concerning federal workers and the United States government. Our firm will work with you to develop a solid MSPB representation that will provide you with a distinct advantage over representing yourself. We will work hard to see that your needs are met, and that the best possible outcome is achieved. Federal Practice Group values your right to contest agency decisions, and we can help you find success.
Contact a federal employment law lawyer from the firm as soon as possible to professionally represent you at any MSPB proceeding.