If you face suspension of more than 14 days, a demotion in grade, or a termination for alleged misconduct or unacceptable performance, we can help you file a compelling appeal with the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). Whether the adverse disciplinary action is really due to retaliation for whistleblowing, discrimination, or another Prohibited Personnel Practice, our MSPB attorneys can help you protect your rights and your career against unfair disciplinary actions.
While you can represent yourself throughout the MSPB appeal process, agencies will be less likely to take your case seriously if you haven’t availed yourself of professional legal representation. If you have an experienced MSPB lawyer on your case, however, your chances of success increase exponentially. Your federal career could be on the line. Get the powerhouse advocacy and hands-on legal advice you need for this complex process. Our MSPB appeals lawyers are ready with the specialized, knowledgeable, and tireless representation you deserve for every stage of the MSPB process.
Get legal help from an MSPB lawyer who cares. Contact John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law today at (877) 771-2231. You’ll hear back from us within 24 hours!
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If you have faced unreasonable discipline or a prohibited personnel practice in your federal employment, we can help you file an appeal with the MSPB and represent you before an MSPB Administrative Judge or the full Board. If you are involved in a prohibited personnel practices (PPP) case, we can also help you file an OSC complaint. We offer the comprehensive legal solutions you need to keep your career on track, defend your reputation, and assert your rights.
Call (877) 771-2231 or email us today to start discussing your legal options with an experienced, tireless MSPB lawyer in Washington D.C.
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