Recent Case Results

July 2018

A federal air marshal with over fifteen years of dedicated service was faced with a proposed removal for allegations of lack of candor.  Schrameck Law PLLC was retained and represented this air marshal.  After the written response and oral reply, the agency RESCINDED the removal and the client received no discipline.  Now the client is no longer facing removal and is freed from the stress of potentially losing his career with the Agency. 

April 2018

Schrameck Law PLLC represented a registered nurse with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs who was faced with removal.   With the assistance of Schrameck Law, the original discipline of removal was rescinded and mitigated to a 14-day suspension.  Our client is rightfully back to work and no longer faces the stress of removal.  

December 2017

Schrameck Law PLLC provided assistance as local counsel for a First Amendment Defense case where a Michigan resident sought to exercise his freedom of speech.  The Federal district court granted a Motion for Preliminary Injunction and prevented the municipality from further encroachment upon our client's rights.

December 2017

Completed MSPB hearing in Philadelphia for Federal Employee with over twenty-five years of experience with the Agency.  

November 2017

A client referred through a Federal Employee faced a felony charge in Oakland County.  Despite the serious charge, Schrameck Law secured a favorable plea to a misdemeanor and deferred sentence that will prevent the matter from being part of the client's permanent record.

August 2017

A federal employee with over twenty years of service with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs was investigated by Agency police officials and later had criminal charges brought against him.  Additionally, the employee faced removal from service.  Attorney Jeff Schrameck represented the employee and obtained a dismissal of the criminal case brought against the employee.  The client is rightfully back to work and no longer faces the stress of prosecution and removal.  

May 2017

Federal law enforcement officer (Criminal Investigator) with Department of Justice received proposal that he would be removed from the agency for alleged misconduct.  Subsequent to the written response and oral reply with the deciding official, the agency mitigated the removal to a ONE DAY suspension and the officer is back to work.  Thus, avoiding further legal proceedings and a lengthy appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board.

April 2017

Federal law enforcement officer (Criminal Investigator) with the Department of Homeland Security received proposal that he be removed from the agency for alleged misconduct.   Subsequent to the written response and oral reply with the deciding official, the agency fully RESCINDED the proposed removal and the employee returned to full duty with only a letter of reprimand.  Thus, avoiding further legal proceedings and a lengthy appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board.

March 2017

Schrameck Law, PLLC successful in securing dismissal of criminal charges for client in State of Michigan theft case. 

January 2017

EEO. Negotiated another favorable settlement for employee with United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

December 2016

Represented Employee facing criminal charges and the case was dismissed before jury trial.

December 2016

EEO.  Negotiated favorable settlement for (Federal Air Marshal) with the US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

September 2016

In 2015, a Federal Air Marshal (FAM) with the Department of Homeland Security was proposed to be removed for alleged misconduct. Client through previous counsel, submitted a written response and conducting the oral reply with the deciding official. The agency affirmed the proposed removal and terminated the FAM. Client then retained this firm to appeal the removal to the MSPB (Chicago regional office) challenging the removal. A full trial hearing was conducted with the MSPB. The MSPB REVERSES the agency removal action and rules that no misconduct occurred. Client to return to duty.

June 2016

Federal law enforcement employee (Federal Air Marshal) with the US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, receives proposal to be suspended from federal service for alleged misconduct. Pursuant to the written response and oral reply with the deciding official, the agency fully RESCINDED the proposed suspension and client returns to full duty without any discipline.

January 2016

Federal employee with the US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, receives proposal to be removed from federal service for alleged misconduct. Pursuant to the written response and oral reply with the deciding official, the agency RESCINDED the removal and client receives a small period of suspension. Client returns to full duty.