Q: do you represent american federal employees residing in europe?

i was wrongfully terminated. My case is now in the supreme court. I probably would have already won had I had a lawyer. I was unable to abtain a lawyer here.

The violating issues are:

termination, suspension, warning, Wrongful termination, denied accommodation, denied sick leave, harassment (see attached EEO documentation), and denied terms and conditions of employment (such as FMLA, OWCP benefits, etc.).

The Civil Rights, Age Discrimination in Employment., the Americans with Disabilities the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, , the Fair Labor Standards ., the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Family and Medical Leave Act, etc , have all been violated by my former employer.

Please advice. Thank you in advance.

1 Lawyer Answer
Katie Marie Charleston
Katie Marie Charleston
  • Appeals & Appellate Lawyer
  • Carmel, IN

A: It is unclear whether your case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court or a foreign court. Either way, representation is encouraged. You can find appellate attorneys through a search on Justia to view their profiles and then contact them directly if you would like a consultation. Best of luck!

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