Experienced Title 5 Attorneys Serving Federal Employees Nationwide
When filing an appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), Title 5 V.A. employees are treated similarly to other federal employees or employees subject to collective bargaining agreements. Title 5 V.A. employees are generally not subjected to any specialized codes when filing a complaint about discriminatory practices, or when receiving a disciplinary action.
In general, a Title 5 V.A. employee includes any non-medical federal personnel. At Pines Federal , our Houston federal employment lawyers can personally help you file complaints regarding discriminatory practices or whistleblower reprisal actions with the EEOC as well as appeal discipline such as terminations, demotions, and suspensions.
When working with our team, you can expect:
- A partnership with an individualized attorney who is selected based on the specifics of your case.
- Client-oriented legal team who prioritizes your interests and satisfaction.
- A strong record of achieving best possible results for more than 20 years in federal employee cases and claims.
- A trusted advisor who guides you through the necessary steps for completing your claim.
We Have a Talent for Representing V.A. Issues
If you are a V.A. employee who was hired under Title 5, you will be treated like a typical federal employee when you receive discipline or suffer discrimination. Consult with our firm and our experienced Houston lawyers for Title 5 employees can assist you in determining whether you should file a grievance, appeal to the MSPB, or file an EEO case. For more than 20 years we have served Houston with attorneys who prioritize achieving the best possible results for each case. Trust our team to provide you with the experienced counsel you require to move thoughtfully forward with your case.