“Conduct Unbecoming” is an umbrella term designed to encompass a wide range of behaviors that do not fall into any other agency charge. Unlike more specific charges, such as “Failure to Follow Instructions” or “Misuse of a Government Vehicle,” there are no specific elements for conduct unbecoming charges. Instead, the government needs to prove that the conduct occurred and...Read More
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At Pines Federal we solely represent federal employees. Although we are knowledgeable in all areas of federal employment law, over the years we have developed a strong focus on fighting wrongful termination, disability discrimination, and representing VA doctors and nurses under Title 38. Please contact us today to find out how we can help you.Contact Our Attorneys
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Federal Employee Attorneys
If you are currently facing a federal employee matter with a legal dispute regarding your job, secure the representation of our lawyers. We are well-versed in the practices and procedures that are unique to the field of federal employment law and assist federal employees and address their concerns. With more than 60 years combined experience, Pines Federal provides exceptional legal services to a wide range of diverse individuals who hold federal occupations, nationwide. We are backed by extensive experience and a track record of success. As such, our legal team has garnered a reputation for being trusted advocates. We have the skill set necessary to litigate and fight tirelessly on your behalf. More importantly, we have the in-depth legal knowledge, insight, and broad perspective necessary to help you achieve your goals as a federal employee.
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At Pines Federal, we genuinely care about helping our clients, because we understand that federal employees face unique legal challenges. That is why as federal employment attorneys, we exclusively assist federal employees with any case, no matter how complex.
We will offer you the compassionate support that you deserve while providing you with the exceptional legal counsel you need. We bring our unmatched dedication, experience, tenacity, sensitivity and personal commitment to the table for each client we represent. When you entrust your case to our federal employee attorneys, you can be confident that you have made a wise choice.
When you schedule a consultation with our team of Houston federal employment lawyers, we will give you an honest assessment of whether you need an attorney or can do it yourself! We can address all questions and concerns that you have about approaching your case. From there, we can also help you decide on a course of action that can further your best interests.
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If you are a federal employee, disciplinary actions may be something you never thought you would have to face. But whereas most federal employees appeal disciplinary actions only before the Merit Systems Protection Board, the VA disciplinary appeals process differs slightly. Disciplinary Appeals Board (DAB) hearings address whether the employee demonstrated professional misconduct or incompetence. A DAB hearing features...Read More
Two of the most important laws for federal employees are the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities (ADA). While the FMLA and the ADA overlap in several ways, they have significant differences too. Essentially, both the FMLA and ADA provide special entitlements to employees with health issues or disabilities. The FMLA focuses on providing up...Read More