If you or someone you love is a federal employee who has recently been suspended or fired without merit, the team at Foshee & Yaffe can help. Here are a few questions to ask to see if you have an appropriate reason to appeal your termination or suspension:
- Were your due process rights given?
- What injustices were committed against you?
- How were you mistreated or unfairly acted toward?
If you did not receive administrative due process and you were treated unfairly, our firm can help with your appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board.
MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD (MSPB)
The mission of the MSPB is “to protect the Merit System Principles and promote an effective Federal workforce free of Prohibited Personnel Practices.” In layman’s terms, the MSPB’s job is simply to protect the federal employment rights against unfair treatment for political or other reasons.
An appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board is the appropriate course of action if your rights have been violated. In order to be compensated for any unlawful behaviors or to be reinstated into your former position, an MSPB appeal is the way to go.
You should know that there are specific deadlines for filing an MSPB appeal petition, so the sooner you contact our offices the better your chances of submitting a winning appeal and receiving your federal employee benefits.
AN ATTORNEY THAT UNDERSTANDS MILITARY LAW
With years of experience in the U.S. Marine Corps and the Air National Guard, Mr. Chris Kannady has expertise in all branches of the service and can walk you through the Merit Systems Protection Board appeals process.
To set up your first initial free consultation with Mr. Kannady at Foshee & Yaffe, we would be happy to schedule time to meet. We are also able to meet with you after business hours or at a location that is more convenient for you if needed.