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Chicago Federal Employment Attorneys for Federal Employees
Federal Employees and individuals working for the state, county or city are often subject to the protection of other laws. Goldman & Ehrlich has 25 years of experience representing city, state, county and federal employees in federal employment disputes, discrimination claims, and for wrongful termination before a civil service commission, personnel board, or Merit System Protection Board. We are familiar with the administrative, legal and appeals procedures relevant to each government agency. Our federal employment law attorneys go over your options, advise you on the best course of action, and can represent you before the applicable administrative agency or in court. Contact us today to get started on your case.
Experienced partner attorneys in your corner
At Goldman & Ehrlich, you have direct access to partner attorneys with more than 45 years of combined experience representing federal and other government employees. We do not delegate cases to junior associates; one of our partners manages your case from start to successful finish. With considerable insight into the challenges federal employees face, we can advise you and protect your rights against discrimination and other unfair employment practices.
Deep knowledge of federal employment law
Federal employment law addresses a wide range of legal issues under a multitude of federal statutes:
Each federal agency has an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) process for filing informal and formal complaints of discrimination. Once you have exhausted the EEO process, charges may be heard before an administrative law judge at the EEOC who enforces federal employment discrimination laws along with regulations, policies, and practices to ensure equal employment opportunities. You may also have the right to sue in the U.S. District Court. We represent federal employees through the EEO process, before the EEOC, and in federal court. We also have experience in Chicago employment mediation and arbitration. We frequently represent federal employees from each federal agency, including postal employees working for the United States Postal Service.
Mastery of federal employment claims processes
A federal employment law case involves rigid timelines and requires quick, decisive legal action. At Goldman & Ehrlich, our Chicago federal employment attorneys are aware of these deadlines and the motions necessary to move your case forward efficiently and effectively. The bureaucracy charged with overseeing federal employment can be a daunting maze to navigate. Goldman & Ehrlich knows every twist and turn in the numerous federal claims processes. Experience in this aspect of employment law sets our firm apart, as we frequently provide quality, confident legal representation before agencies such as:
- Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
- U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
You may also have the right to sue in the U.S. District Court. Goldman & Ehrlich represents federal employees through the EEO process, before the EEOC, and in federal court.
Contact our Chicago employment contract attorneys
If you are a federal employee and you have a job-related complaint against your agency, call Goldman & Ehrlich at 312.332.6733 or contact our Chicago office online.