Help with Your Formal Complaint
30-Min. Formal Complaint Clinic
Looking for guidance with your formal complaint?
You have come to the right place. The formal complaint is important. It defines everything that comes after it: what’s in and what’s out. It’s also the first time that most people consult with an attorney.
I created this clinic to help federal employees get simple answers to what should be a simple process. The devil is, as they say, in the details.
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.
Who is this for?
This is a relatively short meeting for me to review and to discuss with your formal complaint and questions you may have. I try to make this affordable for the everyday working federal employee. Too often I see cases where critical information was missed or misunderstand deadlines. The goal is to put you in the best position possible to identify the claims you need to get the results from this process you want.
What is covered?
We can’t cover everything outside of the complaint. If you think we will need more discussion time, please consider my Strategy & Review Consultation or my Formal Complaint Drafting Meeting, where I will craft your complaint for you.
Who is this NOT for?
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I have worked since 2011 on federal employee employment issues. I focus my practice on assisting employees and applicants for federal employment with discrimination and retaliation claims.
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 for federal employee claims).
My work on behalf of federal employees has been featured in Fox News and the New York Times. I have settled numerous six-figure claims for various clients. I have been holding my client’s hand when she won her retaliation 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. I’ve seen many mistakes from employees who have filed their complaints on their own that could have been resolved with a few minutes with an attorney. You don’t have to do this alone.
Kyle G. Ingram
Law Office of Kyle Ingram
1200 18th Street, NW Ste. 700
Washington, DC 20036
p. (202) 459-4563
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)
Federal Ct., District of Maryland (2013)
District of Columbia (2015)
Federal Ct., District of Columbia (2018)