John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, is a top rated Washington D.C. federal employee lawyer, devoting his entire legal practice to representing federal employees, unions, employee associations, contractors, and agencies in federal employment law cases. He has garnered the top rating of AV Preeminent® from Martindale-Hubbell® due to his recognized ethics and legal talent, and he has been named in The Wall Street Journal as a “Top Rated Labor & Employment Lawyer”.
John Mahoney stands ready to protect and defend your rights and your career. Whether you are under investigation, facing allegations of misconduct, need an MSPB attorney, or need to litigate a union grievance or appeal a security clearance case, we offer the experienced legal counsel and advocacy you need. If you need to fight back against employment discrimination through an EEO complaint or EEOC Case, whistleblower retaliation, an MSPB appeal, or other prohibited personnel practice (PPP) through an OSC complaint, we would be honored to represent you and assert your rights. Get help from a Washington D.C. federal employment lawyer who cares. Contact John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law.
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“I fully recommend Lisa Windsor for the exceptionally hard work she puts into a case. Lisa was relentless in pursuing every possible legal and administrative measure from Medical Boards to the BCMR. ...”
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“After years of continuous discrimination and exhausting my Agency chain of command, I turned to Attorney John Mahoney for his expertise. John took my case and advised me of my best possible choices ...”
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“Mr. Mahoney was extremely knowledgeable, professional, and responsive in handling my case. When going up against the federal government, you want someone who knows what they are doing and an attorney ...”
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“When my agency placed me on indefinite administrative leave after 29 years of service, my first reaction, after the initial shock, was to find a lawyer who knew federal employee law. Later, when they ...”
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“Dear Attorney Mahoney, I carefully listened to your recent Federal News Radio interview. You have professionally highlighted the significant atrocities inflicted upon the federal employees, ...”
Mar 9, 2015 - Woodbridge, VA
“Attorney John Mahoney represented me in an EEOC case against a charge levied against me with a proposed dismissal from a federal government position, which I held for over two decades. Mine was a ...”
“First of all, thank you for your public service to our nation and the American people as a federal employee. I’m sorry you’re experiencing employment difficulties with the federal government. Don’t worry any more though, because I’m a federal employee lawyer who has effectively represented thousands of federal employees, like you, in federal employment and security clearance law matters throughout the U.S. and around the world for over 20 years.
In 2014, I left my last large D.C. law firm, where I was a partner and the Chairman of the Labor & Employment Law Practice Group, and where I supervised dozens of federal employee lawyers in the litigation of thousands of federal employment law cases each year. I really wanted to get back to being able to personally represent my clients as I prosecute or defend their federal employment law cases. The bottom line is that I missed being a federal employee lawyer, and I am honored to be able to again personally help people protect, defend, and enhance their federal careers.”
John Mahoney, who is a former federal Administrative Judge, is regularly highlighted in the news and often writes and presents on matters of federal employment law. He is recognized as a leader in the field due to his impressive track record, which includes everything from recovering hundreds of thousands of dollars in compensation from the EEOC for clients in discrimination and retaliation cases to effecting changes in federal employment law and reversing MSPB decisions.