I have worked since 2011 on federal employee employment issues. I focus my practice on assisting employees and applicants for federal employment with discrimination issues.
I have represented employees at virtually all levels of litigation. I have argued federal employee cases in front of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, the court just below the Supreme Court. I regularly represent employees on appeals before EEOC Administrative Judges and the Office of Federal Operations (the EEOC’s appeals arm).
My work on behalf of federal employees has been featured in Fox News and the New York Times. I have settled claims for hundreds of thousands of dollars. I have been holding an employee’s hand when she won her discrimination jury trial. I have been there when it didn’t go well, as well. Obviously, past success is no guarantee for the future.
I know how hard it is for employees who have little or no help in bringing discrimination cases. The one piece of advice that I can give is to “trust experience.” Find someone who has been down this road before. You don’t have to do this alone.