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Houston Federal Employee Lawyer for EEO Cases

Protecting Federal Employees Nationwide

If you are a federal employee who suffered the consequences of racial, religious, disability, sexual orientation or other type of discrimination, we are here to help you seek justice. The Law Offices of Eric L. Pines, PLLC represents federal employees working for any agency who has been subjected to unfair treatment, sexual harassment, retaliation or discriminatory acts.

You have rights, and we are zealous in insisting that you are fairly compensated for the wrongs you have suffered.

Navigating EEO Laws

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws were created to you help you obtain fair compensation and stop the wrongdoing. If you have a strong case you may recover damages and be paid back for any attorney fees you had to pay.

In the unfortunate reality, having EEO laws in place and actually be treated fairly do not often coincide. Additionally, navigating your Agency’s Civil Rights/EEO or ORM office can be, and usually is, a nightmare. After all, the employees that you are presenting your complaint to work for the same agency and can often be encouraged to discourage employees from filing complaints. Having an experienced federal attorney on your side is vital to getting a fair opportunity to have your rights protected.

Our firm has represented employees in all types of EEO cases, including the following:

  • Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination: A supervisor or colleague says disparaging things about your gender, makes unwanted sexual advances, or engages in inappropriate text messages, phone calls or touching.
  • Retaliation (Reprisal) for Asserting EEO Rights: After complaining about or alleging a violation of your Equal Employment Opportunity rights or filing an EEO case, your agency retaliates to discourage future complaints.
  • Disability discrimination: Your federal employer does not reasonably accommodate your disability, forcing you to work in an uncomfortable position, or allows coworkers to subject you to harassment.
  • Racial discrimination: A supervisor uses inappropriate language in an email or fails to promote you because of your racial background, nationality or skin color.
  • Religious discrimination: A director eliminates your position at the federal agency after learning the nature of your faith or purposely fails to accommodate your religious needs.

Advocating Aggressively for Your Rights

Diverse, powerful federal laws protect employees like you from EEO violations. However, fighting back against intimidating supervisors, bureaucratic Human Resource officers, and confusing agency policies and regulations can challenge even the most determined person. To compel your agency to listen to your concerns and respond appropriately, contact our Houston attorneys for EEO cases at The Law Offices of Eric L. Pines, PLLC. We help workers like you obtain results and regain peace of mind and confidence.

Schedule a consultation by calling our office at (888) 898-9902. Our Houston federal employee attorneys serve clients nationwide.

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Awards

  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Avvo Rating - Superb - Top Attorney Employment
  • Avvo Rating 10.0 - Top Attorney - 10.0
  • Avvo Clients' Choice Award 2016 - Eric L. Pines
  • WILG

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