MSPB Appeals Attorneys

MSPB_Appeals_AttorneysIf you are dealing with an appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), you’ve come to the right place. With years of combined experience representing clients in front of the MSPB, the law firm of Melville Johnson, P.C. has the experience and expertise to vigorously protect your rights and interests.

All federal employees have the right to appeal a decision to terminate their employment, and there are many grounds for which a federal employee may wish to file an MSPB appeal. This could be due to a Federal Reduction In Force (RIF), federal discipline, removal, discrimination, or a number of other reasons. At Melville Johnson, P.C., our attorneys assist clients with their Merit Systems Protection Board appeals from beginning to end.

The Merit Systems Protection Board appeals process requires special attention to detail and can vary drastically from proceedings in state or federal courts. For these reasons we highly recommend that you have an experienced attorney who focuses on MSPB law review your case in its entirety and work with you throughout the process. For instance, it is very important that you know to file an appeal within 30 days after you receive the decision to suspend or remove you from federal employment; if you miss this deadline you could be barred from appealing the decision entirely.

Merit System Protection Board Appeal

If an appeal with the Merit Systems Protection Board is successful, a federal judge can award a full range of remedies to make you whole. The remedies could include, but are not necessarily limited to, reinstating your employment, promotion, back pay, reimbursement of lost benefits, damages for emotional distress, compensation for attorney’s fees, and more.

If you are looking to appeal your decision to the Merit Systems Protection Board, please take a look at our Client Reviews and Attorney Biographies, and then contact us for a consultation! We represent clients in all 50 states and look forward to talking with you!

Successfully litigated against all federal agencies for 24 years, has brought cases before most circuit courts of appeals, as well as the United States Supreme Court on behalf of federal employees he has represented.