Hoyer Law Group provides aggressive, personalized representation for federal employees at all levels and through all available avenues including presenting allegations of retaliation to inspectors general, lodging complaints regarding Prohibited Personnel Practices under the Whistleblower Protection Act, 5 U.S.C. § 2302, to the Office of Special Counsel, and litigating Individual Rights of Appeal before the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board and federal court.

We’ve worked with federal employees on numerous topics ranging from opposing excess alcohol consumption during official government trips to reporting mold in military housing and combating medical malpractice at facilities operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs. We’ve handled cases for employees at all levels, ranging from hourly non-appropriated funds (NAF) employees all the way up to the senior executive service (SES). We’ve taken on all different types of agencies ranging from members of the Intelligence Community such as the Department of State and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to obscure government corporations.

Protecting whistleblowers from the federal government requires carefully navigating a complex set of laws, regulations, agency directives, executive orders, and presidential directives, with filing deadlines as short as 15 days. It’s important to put an experienced and dedicated ally in your corner. Contact our employment attorneys today before it’s too late.