After an employee investigation, federal employers may continue with a proposed disciplinary action if they have found evidence of misconduct. Whether disciplinary action has already been proposed or not, early intervention is key. It is during this critical stage that an attorney can advocate for you and prepare an effective written and/or oral reply to your employer. John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, can help you navigate through each phase, finding ways to shield you from career-damaging actions or mitigate any proposed penalty.
Common accusations that result in disciplinary action include:
If you have received notice of a proposed disciplinary action, it is critical that you take this notice seriously. In some cases, the action may be the final step before management decides to terminate you.
We encourage you to consult an experienced federal employment attorney about how to respond to the proposed action and your available options. An attorney may be able to help you reply to the allegations and negotiate a solution that preserves your career and your record, file a complaint or grievance if you received unfair treatment, or file an appeal with the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).
John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, has been successful in protecting thousands of federal employee clients and reversing or mitigating proposed disciplinary actions. Our goal is always to find a solution that is in your short- and long-term professional interests. We are always ready to defend you, whether it is before your agency, the MSPB, or in federal court.
We provide free 30-minute phone consultations so you can learn more about how we can help you. When you call us, we can review your case and discuss your options. Our federal employment attorneys are dedicated to helping federal employees just like you protect their rights and careers.
Schedule a consultation online at (877) 771-2231.
Jun 17, 2016 - ,
“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 ...”
Feb 13, 2017 - ,
“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. ...”
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 ...”
Jul 18, 2018 - ,
“Ms. Young has been an absolute pleasure to work with! She is poised, calm, razor-sharp and professional when advocating her client’s case to agency attorneys and judges. She has a remarkable grasp of ...”
Feb 27, 2018 - ,
“Mr. Mahoney and his team were very instrumental in resolving my agency’s proposed removal action. Once I engaged his services, the team actively worked on my case and kept me abreast of all ...”
Feb 27, 2018 - Kittery, ME
“I would like to thank Attorney Lisa Windsor for her excellent representation during my disability discrimination case. After being subjected to disability discrimination and a hostile work environment ...”
Jan 24, 2017 - , SD
“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 ...”
Jul 20, 2018 - ,
“Mr. Mahoney, as a victim, when dealing with Equal Employment Opportunity Issues, it can be an emotional rollercoaster. The lawyer that a victim selects is very important. I have hired numerous lawyers ...”
Dec 5, 2018 - ,
“I want to take time out and thank Firm Partner, Letha A. Miller, Esq, and John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law for representing me at my agency. Your professionalism, in-depth knowledge of the law, ...”
Jun 17, 2016 - ,
“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 ...”
Jun 17, 2016 - ,
“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, ...”