Federal Employment Law

Federal Employment Law Attorneys in Indianapolis

Supporting Government Workers’ Claims

Federal employees enjoy many of the same legal protections afforded to their private sector counterparts, and may actually be even more broadly protected by the law under certain circumstances. This can be attributed to the fact that a federal employee is someone tasked with carrying out official government business or rendering services that the general public relies upon. Although union activity and speech could be curtailed to an extent for some federal employees, they may be among the most protected Americans in the workforce.

If you’re a government worker and feel you’ve been mistreated at work, read on to find out more about your rights and consider reaching out to a federal employment law attorney in Indianapolis for help. At Cleveland Lehner Cassidy, we’ve helped workers in both the public and private sectors overcome legal challenges related to mistreatment at work. The results we’ve delivered for our clients have included favorable settlements and jury awards.

If you’re a federal worker, reach out to us online if you’ve experienced illegal mistreatment at work. Call (317) 406-0855 to schedule a free consultation that will allow us to become familiar with your situation and help you understand how we can help.

Workplace Claims We Can Handle

At Cleveland Lehner Cassidy, taking ahold of our client’s employment law challenges and molding them into proactive strategies that can lead to favorable outcomes is simply what we do. Whether it happens in the public or private sector, there are certain workplace practices and behaviors that are forbidden by law.

If you’re a federal worker, we can help if you’ve experienced:

It’s unfortunate, but bad actors or those ignorant of labor laws can be your coworkers or supervisors. If you’ve become a victim of unlawful behavior at work, reach out to a federal employment law attorney in Indianapolis as soon as possible.

At Cleveland Lehner Cassidy, we fight with compassion and respect for people experiencing challenges like yours. No one deserves to be unlawfully mistreated at work, but when it happens, we’ll be there to help plaintiffs pave a path toward a brighter future.

Due Process Means You Are Not Employed At-Will

There are less than a dozen states that don’t permit at-will employment. This means that for private sector employees, their employers can legally terminate their employment contracts for nearly any reason – or none at all – as long as there’s nothing illegal about their reasoning (such as discrimination, whistleblowing, retaliation, etc.).

As a government employee, you are not subject to at-will employment no matter which state you live in. In fact, you are entitled to due process before your employment with the federal government can be terminated. That means that you will be given advanced notice that your termination is imminent and a hearing where the government must demonstrate, with evidence, that it had a good reason for firing you.

If you were denied your right to due process, reach out to Indianapolis federal employment lawyers at Cleveland Lehner Cassidy for help by contacting us online.

Hoosier Experiences

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Distinguished Professionals

  • Expertise - Best Employment Lawyers in Indianapolis
  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Indy Rainbow Chamber
  • Indiana State Associations
  • Indy Chamber

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