Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)

Melville Johnson, P. C. is committed to helping employees fight for workplace equality. As a federal employee, you are legally protected from discrimination based upon your membership in a protected class of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or age, to name a few. A person who files an EEO complaint or participates in an investigation of an EEO complaint, or who opposes an employment practice made illegal under any of the statutes enforced by EEOC, is also protected from retaliation. Federal employees are also protected against the denial of a reasonable workplace accommodation based upon religious beliefs or a disability. Unfortunately, this discrimination does still occur—and frequently.

At Melville Johnson, we are advocates for you as a federal employee and are here to assist you in protecting your rights and remedying the effects of discrimination in the workplace. Our EEO attorneys represent victims of discrimination nationwide, working tirelessly to achieve positive results on behalf of our clients. If you feel you have experienced one or more of these types of discrimination, call us today—or fill out our online form—to schedule a consultation with our Senior Partner, Mr. George Johnson. If we determine you have a viable case worth your time and financial resources, we can help you by filing an EEO claim against your agency. Or if you already have a pending EEO claim, it’s not too late to obtain representation to ensure a positive outcome. Get in touch today to discuss your ongoing claim and learn how we assist you.

Contact Us Today

If you believe you’ve been the victim of unlawful discrimination involving MSPB claims or EEO claims, our experienced federal employment attorneys stand ready to fight on your behalf. Give us a call today at 877.524.9111 or fill out the form below and we'll be sure to follow up in a timely manner.






EEO Attorneys

Our EEO Attorneys specialize in representing federal employees through all stages and aspects of the federal sector Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Complaint process. The statutes enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) make it illegal to discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of a wide and well-established variety of protected classes. Remember, as a federal employee, you have the right to a workplace free from discrimination. If you suspect you have been the victim of discriminatory hiring or employment practices, it is important to act quickly—in fact, normally you must contact an EEO counselor at your agency within 45 calendar days of the discriminatory action. We are ready to assist you and encourage you to contact us immediately if you feel you have been discriminated against and seek to file an EEO claim.

Disability Retirement Attorneys

Applying for disability benefits can be overwhelming. The paperwork is endless and, sometimes, your disability benefit claim may be denied because of a technicality. Meanwhile, your medical condition may only be getting worse. Do not let the disability system discourage you. We have experienced retirement disability lawyers who can help guide you through the process. Whether you suffer from a work-related injury, a debilitating illness or other long-term health problems, you deserve help. When we take a case, we offer effective legal counsel and the determination to pursue every possible avenue until your disability benefits claim is resolved—whether at OPM or the MSPB.

The Claims Process

Unfortunately, it is very common for claimants to go through the entire lengthy process, only to have their claim has been denied after having exhausted their options. In this process, it is crucial for you to be proactive from the beginning. We will help ensure that you receive all of the benefits the government provides for you. We obtain full medical records, work intimately with your doctors and evaluate your claim in light of the applicable laws. Regardless of the circumstances, we’ll focus on settling the claim prior to litigation at the MSPB. Legally, you must go through the entire administrative appeals process before an administrative law judge can hear your case. You need a lawyer at the earliest possible stage.

What Our Clients Are Saying

“My praise for Melville Johnson is simply saying thank you for helping me when no one else would.”
- Dan B.

“I really appreciate how much Melville Johnson cared about my case. From the very beginning of the process, they were friendly and very informative. We won the case, and they were even helpful afterwards, answering any questions or concerns. Thank you Melville Johnson, and I will definitely pass your good work along to others in need.”
- Jim R.

“Despite the complexity of my situation, Melville Johnson took on my claim and immediately put me at ease with a clear demonstration of their expertise with EEO law. From the very start, the firm’s team members have been amazing to work with—hardworking, honest and extremely trustworthy. I would recommend them to anyone who needed this type of legal assistance!”
- Bridget B.

“I was wrongfully terminated by my federal employer and needed legal representation for my MSPB claim. I hired the professionals at Melville Johnson and my case ended in a very satisfying outcome thanks to their strong negotiating skills and strategy. I’d totally recommend the firm to any federal employee seeking expert legal representation and excellent customer service.
- Sam G.