Federal employees often face administrative and legal challenges that private industry employees do not when they need to fight discrimination and adverse circumstances at work. At Schrameck Law, P.L.L.C., I fight for the rights of federal employees in agencies across the nation from my Canton, Michigan office.
I am dedicated to helping federal government employees fight against charges of misconduct that can lead to removal from federal service. I represent clients whose appeals go before the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).
I am the founder of Schrameck Law, P.L.L.C., focusing on helping federal employees, including law enforcement agents, preserve their means of livelihood when confronted with accusations of misconduct so they can return to service.
Unlike private sector employees, federal employees cannot immediately resort to lawsuits
when they face discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, or unlawful termination.
You need help from an attorney experienced in federal employment law.
The MSPB is a quasi-judicial entity that hears cases brought by the Office of the Special Counsel, which could be violations of the Hatch Act regulating political speech in the workplace.
The EEOC handles charges of discrimination and harassment in the workplace, carries out investigations, mediates, issues injunctions, and sometimes initiates lawsuits on behalf of workers.
When it comes to whistleblower retaliation, questions about employment, examinations, retirement, and benefits, these issues must be brought before the OPM, the federal government’s HR wing.
I have the experience, knowledge, and skills that are required to represent clients who are facing various actions by the Merit Systems Protection Board.
I have the utmost concern for the proper treatment and rights of individuals who work for the federal government. I will stand by you through it each step of the process.
Few attorneys are dedicated to the challenges employees face when working for the federal government. I stay focused on the rights and concerns of those employees.
Federal employees facing conflicts and disputes at work are forced to navigate a complex system of administrative hearings and appeals to exercise their rights and seek resolution. If you’re a federal employee who is facing discrimination, retaliation, or other adverse actions on the job, contact me immediately.