Victories & Settlements

  • Attorney Ferrini Saved the Employment of a TSA Transportation Security Officer
    Firm Partner, Attorney Corinna A. Ferrini, saved the employment of the Firm’s Client, a TSA Transportation Security Officer, proposed for removal based on a charge of alleged improper conduct that was videotaped by a passenger and shared publicly on ...
  • Attorney Lolotai Reduced a Removal to a Reprimand
    Firm Partner, Melissa Lolotai, recently convinced the Department of Veterans Affairs to reduce our client MM’s proposed removal to a reprimand. Ms. Lolotai convinced the Agency our client’s potential for rehabilitation was great, and that even with ...
  • Attorney Mierau Persuades the DOD’s Clearance Appeals Board to Overturn the Decision of the Department of Defense
    Firm Partner Michael Mierau convinced the DOD Clearance Appeals Board (CAB) to return our client’s security clearance after it had been revoked by the Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DOD CAF). Attorney Mierau successfully ...
  • Attorney Mierau Settles EEOC Disability Discrimination Case
    Firm Partner Michael Mierau recently settled an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) case where the government agency failed to provide a proper reasonable accommodation, harassed the client, and reassigned the client to a different office. ...
  • Attorney Miller Convinces Army to Reduce 10-Day Suspension to Reprimand
    Firm Partner, Letha Miller, recently convinced the Department of the Army to reduce our client TB’s proposed 10-day suspension for an alleged Prohibited Personnel Practice to a Reprimand. Attorney Miller convinced the Agency our client’s charges were ...
  • Attorney Miller Prevails with Reinstatement of EEOC Claims Against the FBI
    Firm Partner, Letha Miller, was successful in persuading the EEOC’s Office of Federal Operations (OFO) to reinstate her client’s claims against the FBI in a formal EEO complaint that the Agency attempted to dismiss for failure to state a claim. In ...
  • Attorney Miller Settles EEOC Case with Department of Energy
    Firm Partner, Letha Miller, recently convinced the Department of Energy to settle our client NG’s EEOC case for $63,000 in compensatory damages. (January 2020)
  • Attorney Young Secures a Default Judgment against the Department of Justice
    Firm Partner and Director of Litigation, Rachelle S. Young, secured a default judgment against the Department of Justice for exceeding the regulatory timelines for completing the formal investigation and botching its belated investigation. Attorney ...
  • Attorney Young Settles EEOC Case in the Early Phases of Litigation
    Firm Partner and Director of Litigation, Rachelle S. Young, recently negotiated a settlement with Department of Health and Human Services to resolve our client’s pending EEOC action pre-discovery. Attorney Young persuaded the Agency to appoint our ...
  • Attorney Young Wins an EEOC OFO Appeal of a Dismissed EEO Complaint and Secures the Reinstatement of That Complaint
    We won an appeal against the Department of the Army for its improper dismissal of an employee’s formal EEO discrimination complaint in an ongoing matter. The EEOC Office of Federal Operations directed that the Army reinstate the employee’s claims for ...
  • Firm Partners, Attorneys Mierau and Ferrini Settle MSPB Removal Case
    Firm Partners Michael Mierau and Corinna Ferrini recently settled a Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) case where the government agency had removed the client from the job for alleged misconduct. The agency agreed to change the reason the client ...