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  • The Decade after 9/11 has Witnessed an Unparalleled Increase in Religious Based Discrimination Charges
    The Decade after 9/11 has Witnessed an Unparalleled Increase in Religious Based Discrimination Charges

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency charged with enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against employees, recently issued a press release regarding ...

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  • The Solomon Law Firm Expands
    The Solomon Law Firm Expands

    The Solomon Law Firm, PLLC , PLLC proudly announces the expansion of its Washington, DC Federal Employment practice, located in The Blake Building, a well known location at Farragut Square on the K ...

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  • I Filed an Appeal with the MSPB.....Now What?
    I Filed an Appeal with the MSPB.....Now What?

    Discovery and the MSPB It has often been said that knowledge is power. Litigation is no exception. The most important consideration when litigating before the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) is ...

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  • Department of Veterans Affairs Admits Unlawful Discrimination
    Department of Veterans Affairs Admits Unlawful Discrimination

    In an unprecedented decision the US Department of Veterans Affairs admitted to unlawful discrimination in a disability discrimination claim brought by the Solomon Law Firm, PLLC on behalf their former ...

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  • Sanctions Abound for the U.S. Department of the Navy
    Sanctions Abound for the U.S. Department of the Navy

    Attorney, Ariel Solomon with the Solomon Law Firm, PLLC recently secured a default judgment and sanctions against the United States Department of the Navy in a matter involving the Agency's ...

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  • Absent Without Leave?
    Absent Without Leave?

    A Federal Agency may take a disciplinary action and/or adverse action against a Federal Employee for being Absent Without Leave (AWOL). Rarely, however, is the Federal Employee without recourse for ...

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