Fighting for the Rights of Federal Employees

If you’re a federal employee who has been treated unfairly, contact us today for a confidential consultation.

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“You were always prompt in returning my calls. You were quick to respond and answered all of my questions. I found you to be extremely knowledgeable about how the DFAS operates…”
~ T.E.
Alabama

This letter is to thank you very much for the help you’ve given me. I could not have done it alone. I have started to receive my much- needed interim payments and I really appreciate you guys. Take care and may God continue to bless you.”

~ Shirley G.

Federal Employment Lawyers

The federal employment lawyers of the Vaughn Law Firm protect the rights and the jobs of federal employees. Our firm has a reputation for compassion and experience, and we may be able to help you if you have been unfairly discriminated against, faced retaliatory actions, or have illegally been denied benefits.

We understand how important your job is to you, your family, and your future, and we are dedicated to helping you keep it. At the Vaughn Law Firm, we have sixteen combined years of experience in a unique and demanding field, and we may be able to help you. We are a results-oriented firm, and offer discrete, confidential consultations. To discuss your needs with one of our compassionate federal employment lawyers, please contact us today by calling 1-877-615-9495.

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Christopher Vaughn

Christopher Vaughn

Senior Manager and Founding Member

 

A. Brian Henson

A. Brian Henson

Non-Equity Member

 

Kirby G. Smith

Kirby G. Smith

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Frank DeMelfi

Frank DeMelfi

Of Counsel

Being treated unfairly by your federal employer? Call 1-877-615-9495 for a confidential consultation.

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Federal Employment Case Results

Our client was a long-time postal employee falsely accused of failing to have his employees process and distribute the mail. The agency disciplined the client by reducing him from a supervisor to a part-time flex clerk. We were able to prove that the evidence that the deciding official relied upon in rendering the decision was not credible. We were also able to prove that other supervisors had been disciplined for similar conduct, however, they were not subjected to a reduction in grade. Through our representation, the client was able to return to work as a full time employee.

The client was a Federal Air Marshal, who was twice arrested and acquitted for driving under the influence. After his second arrest and acquittal, the agency terminated the client. The client filed a MSPB appeal and was denied any relief by an administrative judge. We appealed the decision of the administrative judge to the full board of the MSPB and successfully had the client reinstated with full back-pay and benefits and attorneys’ fees for total compensation of over $100,000.

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