Every single day, good and hardworking people go to work for the federal government. The vast majority of them have professional experiences free of legal employment issues, and have managers that are fair and thoughtful. But once in a while, an employee is arbitrarily denied a promotion, not placed on a certificate for a new job, or denied opportunities given to their peers.

Perhaps that person is you. You had a career that seemed secure and was going places, and then things changed fast. It can be tempting to do nothing, to shrug it off and deal with it. But the fact is, if you’ve been the victim of an action that’s unlawful, you have every right to seek justice, and Martzen Law Firm can help determine if you have a case.

For over a decade, Martzen Law Firm has focused on creative solutions for a diverse range of law clients, and for over half that time Attorney Ernst “Mitch” Martzen has focused on the legal aspects of the employer/employee relationship in the Federal and military sectors. He may be able to assist with legally representing you if you’ve been the victim of:

  • Demotion
  • Unlawful favoritism
  • Botched Veteran’s hiring (under VEOA or VRA)
  • Wrongful termination
  • Retaliation
  • Coerced political activity

As a federal employee, there are numerous laws specifically designed to ensure your protection. The Martzen Law Firm has the experience to analyze your particular Federal employment legal case and confront your agency to fight for accountability.

Attorney Ernst “Mitch” Martzen has spent three years representing individual clients. He formerly represented the Federal government, working for four years as a civilian agency attorney and four years representing the Federal government as an active military attorney. This has created a unique and useful perspective in assisting clients.

Asserting your rights within the legal system can be intimidating and confusing. Martzen Law Firm may be able to help. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact the firm online or by phone today.