Call Today 866.833.3529
We Practice Law to Obtain Results. We're Ready to Fight For Your Rights.

Blog Posts in 2012

All Posts
  • Unauthorized Use of Government Computers
    Unauthorized Use of Government Computers

    Unauthorized Use of the Internet If your job duties require you to have a computer and access to the internet, chances are you have checked your personal e-mail or Facebook page, used your work e-mail ...

    Read More
  • Proposed Removal Charges:  Theft of Government Property
    Proposed Removal Charges: Theft of Government Property

    Theft of Government Property Is it worth losing my job, paying heavy fines and/or going to jail? These are all questions a federal employee should consider before they take government property, ...

    Read More
  • Challenging a Performance Improvement Plan
    Challenging a Performance Improvement Plan

    A Not Fully Successful Rating and Performance Improvement Plans Poor performance is a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason for an Agency to propose a reassignment, demotion or removal from federal ...

    Read More
  • Walking the Tight Rope of the Last Chance Agreement
    Walking the Tight Rope of the Last Chance Agreement

    Is signing a Last Chance Agreement really your last chance? The name says it all. A Last Chance Agreement, or LCA, literally means a federal agency is giving an employee one final opportunity to ...

    Read More
  • Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force result in a Demotion?
    Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force result in a Demotion?

    When can I Challenge a Reduction in Force? In general, reduction in force actions are not appealable to the Merit Systems Protection Board. However, if the reduction in force results in the demotion ...

    Read More
  • Winning an Indefinite Suspension Appeal before the MSPB
    Winning an Indefinite Suspension Appeal before the MSPB

    Can the MSPB help if I was Indefinitely Suspended? Most federal employees go to work for the same reason the rest of us do – to make a contribution, meet personal financial obligations, and save for ...

    Read More