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Practice Area: Employment Discrimination

Patriots Law Group understands the environment of Federal employees and will handle your case when you are wrongly treated. Whether you have been a career Federal civilian employee, or you now hold that status as a veteran who once donned the uniform, you have certain procedural protections not afforded to servicemembers. For example, if you are discriminated against due to your status within a protected class (e.g., race, gender, or disability, etc.), you unfairly/improperly receive an adverse action (e.g., suspension, removal, etc.), or you are retaliated against for being a whistleblower, you can seek recourse before administrative adjudicative bodies like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and/or the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). These protections allow you to pursue remedies that can restore your status with the Federal agency you work(ed) for, and can provide you money damages and/or other relief you deserve to try and make you whole again for the wrongful action(s) that took place.

Our office has experience in dealing with these administrative bodies and will fight for your cause tooth and nail to get you what you deserve.

Call our office to see how we can help: 301-952-9000

Patriots Law Group serves clients – military, dependent, retirees and civilians – throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C., including Upper Marlboro, Bowie, Prince Frederick, Dunkirk, College Park, Hyattsville, LaPlata, Fort Washington, Clinton, Prince George’s County, Calvert County, Charles County, and military installations at Joint Base Andrews, Fort George G. Meade, Surface Forces Logistics Center, Bethesda Naval Hospital, U.S. Naval Academy, Patuxent River, Bolling Air Force Base, Fort Belvoir, the Navy Yard, and the Pentagon.

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