Federal Employee EEO Representation

Federal Employee EEO Representation

EEO Representation in the United States & Abroad

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Get Experienced Help With Your Federal Employment Case

Fighting discrimination and retaliation in the federal government is one of the most stressful ordeals federal employees go through. The EEO process for federal employees is unlike that for private sector and even local and state government employees. Having an experienced federal EEO lawyer on your side is essential for presenting your best case. 

If you are facing any of the following, I can help. 

EEOC & MSPB Hearings

Performance Improvement Plans

Workplace Harassment

Disability Accommodations

Responding to EEO Investigators

Filing Formal and Informal Complaints

Discovery (Depositions, Document Requests, Interrogatories)

Filing & Defending EEOC Appeals

Reviews

Kyle Ingram consulted with me and assisted me in an EEO mediation against a federal government agency while I was stationed abroad. He did a deep dive to understand my discrimination and retaliation claims and proposed a mediation resolution that was right for me and my family. He took the time to understand what I really needed and was with me all the way through the mediation and settlement process at a very reasonable cost. ... I would highly recommend his services to any federal employee who needs assistance with an EEO issue or mediation in the future.

KC, DoD civilian employee stationed in the EU

He helped me get the ball rolling on a case that had a number of issues. He provided excellent legal guidance and information that would help me defend myself not only but later and that is priceless (strategy, possible pitfalls, hurdles..etc). He understands how to break down legal jargon for those of us who do not have a background in law. I left our consultation feeling empowered by knowing what to do and how to do it as well as having gotten more than my moneys worth. Thank you Kyle.

-Federal Employee

Kyle was absolutely wonderful. I don’t think I can adequately express just how much he helped me in a true time of need. He wasn’t just extremely knowledgeable, he was kind—something I really needed at the time. He eased my mind and told me what I needed to know.

Jessica, Appreciative New Mom​

Kyle Ingram helped me through a very difficult time in my life and was a voice for me. He acted as an advocate for me and made it apparent that he is working for me as well as having my best interests at heart. ... I would highly recommend working with him.

Nicole, Former Client​

Services

Strategy & Review Consultation

90 Min. Att'y Review
$ 350 Flat Fee
  • Document Review
  • Case Feedback
  • Strategy Consulting

EEO Investigation Representation

Phone / Email Representation
$ 2,000 Deposit, $200/hr
  • Complaint Drafting
  • Document Prep & Review
  • Investigator Correspondence

Mediation Representation

In-Person Representation
$ 200 Per Hour
  • Complaint Drafting
  • Interrogatories Review
  • Travel to Your Agency

EEOC Discovery & Hearings

In-Person Representation
$ 250 Per Hour
  • Drafting Discovery Requests & Responses
  • Depositions & Depo Defense
  • Travel to Hearing Location

Strategy & Review Consultation

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Federal Employee EEO Blog

Federal Employee EEO Blog

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Contact

Kyle G. Ingram

Law Office of Kyle Ingram
1200 18th Street, NW  Ste. 700
Washington, DC 20036
p. (202) 459-4563
e. Kyle.Ingram@KIngramLaw.com

Education:
B.S. Foreign Service, Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service (2005)
M.A. Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (2008)
J.D., American University, Washington College of Law (2011)

Bar Admissions:
Maryland (2011) 
Federal Ct., District of Maryland (2013) 
District of Columbia (2015) 
Federal Ct., District of Columbia (2018)

Contact

Kyle G. Ingram

Law Office of Kyle Ingram
1200 18th Street, NW  Ste. 700
Washington, DC 20036
p. (202) 459-4563
e. Kyle.Ingram@KIngramLaw.com

Education:
Juris Doctor, American University, Washington College of Law (2011)
M.A. Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (2008)
B.S. Foreign Service, Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service (2005)

Bar Admissions:
Maryland (2011) 
Federal Ct., District of Maryland (2013) 
District of Columbia (2015) 
Federal Ct., District of Columbia (2018)