Federal Employee Discrimination Attorney
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is almost 45 years old. By now, an American citizen's basic rights, on or off the job, should be a given. But the reality of these protections of our equal employment opportunities at the federal level is still far from a sure thing. Government workers continue to endure discrimination based on their race sex, national origin, religion or disability.
Employment discrimination taking place within the federal workforce can assume many different forms, from excessive touching or abusive behavior by a supervisor to failure to hire or promote on the basis of race, sex, ethnicity, religion or disability. It can also manifest itself in reverse discrimination.
At the law office of Josh F. Bowers, P.C., we handle all kinds of federal employment discrimination cases at our well-established law offices and have won millions of dollars for federal employees just like you.
Phone or e-mail our Washington, D.C., offices today if you suspect that you've come up against racial, sexual or disability discrimination, or discrimination resulting from an alternative lifestyle, pregnancy or religion.
Dedicated to Protecting the Rights of Federal Employees
Just a few of the many ways that our skilled employment attorneys may advise you, as your employment discrimination claim develops, include:
- Reporting and filing a timely informal complaint with an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) counselor.
- Filing a formal discrimination complaint in a federal agency's EEO procedure.
- Representing you during the EEO investigation of your formal discrimination complaint.
- Submitting a request for an EEOC hearing.
- Proceeding with your case as a civil action in federal district court.
We'll support you throughout the Federal government’s EEO process, from your initial consultation with us through an appeal of your outcome, if necessary.
Schedule Your Initial Consultation
Our successful federal employment lawyers can protect your rights while on the job. But first we must hear the details of your situation. Contact us in Washington, D.C., by phone or e-mail and chat with Josh F. Bowers. We've been righting the wrongs suffered by federal workers for more than 20 years.