Federal employees face a unique set of procedural rules and laws when pursuing their employment claims.
Due to the differences between private and federal employment rights, an attorney experienced in federal sector litigation with current knowledge of the correct legal standards is essential in navigating the complicated landscape of federal employee claims. The Wick Law Office has this experience.
During many years of practice representing federal sector employees before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Merit System Protection Board, Office of Federal Operations, Office of Special Counsel, Office of Personnel Management, and National Labor Relations Board, the Wick Law Office has encountered and successfully navigated countless complicated employment law claims.
The Wick Law Office has represented employees in litigation or dispute resolution involving most federal government agencies and sub-agencies, including the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Department of the Interior, Department of Defense, Department of the Army, Department of the Air Force, US Postal Service, General Services Administration, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Labor, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Energy, Department of Transportation, Department of Health and Human Services, and US Customs and Border Patrol.
The Wick Law Office represents and advises federal government employees in responses to proposed discipline, removals, alternative dispute resolution, harassment, failure to accommodate, denial of leave, workplace discrimination, hostile work environment, performance evaluation complaints, denial of FMLA, position description reviews, desk audits, time and attendance claims, breach of settlement, constructive discharge, disability retirement, and other related employment matters.
Information about the two most common forum for federal government employee claims can be found in the guides below. Please contact us with questions or to request additional information.