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EEO / Discrimination Complaints

Experienced Federal Employment Attorneys

At the Federal Practice Group, the attorneys on our federal employment law team are well versed in representing federal employees facing discrimination, either in the form of disparate treatment (when another employee is treated more favorably than you because of your membership in a protected class), harassment, or a hostile work environment. Because of the federal administrative nature of most of this work, FPG attorneys can represent federal employees with filing EEO complaints wherever they are located, including overseas.

For additional information on the different classes protected by the various anti-discrimination statutes and unique issues that may be relevant to claims relevant to each protected class, please click below:

Regardless of the type of discrimination you may be facing, and which protected classes are involved, the attorneys at the Federal Practice Group can represent any federal employees who are facing discrimination, harassment, and/or hostile work environments at all stages of the EEO complaint process.

Our federal employment law attorneys are knowledgeable about the substantive anti-discrimination laws protecting federal employees from discrimination at work, including the following statutes:

  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 —prohibits federal agencies from discriminating against federal employees on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual harassment, national origin, and retaliation/reprisal for participation in protected activity.
  • The Rehabilitation Act of 1973—prohibits federal agencies from discriminating against federal employees on the basis of disability.
  • The Equal Pay Act (EPA) —requires federal agencies to pay male and female federal employees equally for equal work.
  • The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) —prohibits federal agencies from discriminating against federal employees who are over 40 years old on the basis of age.

If you have claims arising under any of these laws, we can assist you in preparing an EEO complaint and pursuing the relief you are owed by your federal agency to compensate you for the discrimination you have experienced. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.


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