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Resolving Workplace Discrimination & Harassment Disputes – (877) 771-2231

Federal law prohibits discrimination based on a person's race, color, sex, national origin, religion age, disability, and previous equal employment opportunity complaint or opposition activity. If you have been unlawfully discriminated against or harassed because of your membership in one of those protected classes, John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, can help you seek legal remedies through agency EEO complaints, EEOC proceedings, or court cases. From the initial filing to settlement, mediation, hearing, or trial, our EEOC lawyers are here to advocate on your behalf.

Why Call Our EEOC Lawyer?

  • 25 Years of Dedicated Federal Employee Representation
  • Former federal labor & employment law enforcement agency Vice Chair and Administrative Judge
  • AV® Rated for Ethics and Legal Skill
  • 1,000s of Federal Employees Helped Across the U.S. and the Globe
  • Repeatedly Selected as a “Top Rated Labor & Employment Lawyer” by the National Law Journal and The Wall Street Journal

Discover how we can protect your legal rights: Call (877) 771-2231 for a FREE 30-minute consultation or email us today! We’ll get back to you in 24 hours or less.

Filing a Claim with the EEOC

Federal employees who have suffered from wrongful treatment, including unlawful termination, harassment, or other adverse personnel actions due to their race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, or prior EEO activity have a right to file an EEO complaint with their federal employer and seek back pay, damages, and/or other remedies.

To initiate a discrimination complaint:

  • Contact an EEOC counselor at your Agency within 45 calendar days of the incident. You may elect to participate in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or traditional EEO counseling.
  • If the issue is not resolved, you can file a formal complaint with the agency's EEOC office. The agency will conduct an investigation.
  • After the investigation, you may request an EEOC hearing with a judge a final agency decision or file a lawsuit in court.
  • You have the option to appeal any decision if you disagree with it.
  • The final and last resort is a lawsuit in federal court.

Before a lawsuit can be filed, a worker must go through the formal administrative EEO complaint process for at least 180 days.

  • The Equal Employment Office handles complaints of employment discrimination and harassment involving:
  • Disability
  • Age
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Color
  • Pregnancy

Standing Up for Your Rights

Every case is unique and requires a tailored approach. John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, can provide hands-on guidance to help you seek justice and accountability for your Agency’s unjust treatment. Turn to a team of attorneys for federal employee EEOC complaints who care about fighting for a fair and progressive outcome.

Learn more about filing a claim today when you call (877) 771-2231.