5 of the Best EEOC Attorneys for Federal Employees in America

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Chances are you Googled “EEOC attorneys for federal employees” and were bombarded with countless results. To help narrow down your search, we have compiled a comprehensive list of some of the best EEOC attorneys for federal employees in America who have a proven track record of winning cases.

If you are a federal employee who has been targeted (or witnessed) an EEOC violation, it can be overwhelming to navigate the legal process. Selecting the best EEOC attorney to represent you can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.

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Attorney Justin Schnitzer

To be clear, I am endorsing some of my competitors. These are individuals who are in direct competition with me.

Federal EEOC Attorney, Justin Schnitzer
Federal EEOC Attorney, Justin Schnitzer

Why am I doing this?

I am willing to put that aside in the interest of helping federal employees find the best representation for their case. I recognize that choosing the right attorney for your EEOC case as a federal employee is crucial, and I want to ensure you receive top-notch representation.

EEOC issues for federal employees can have significant consequences, impacting your career and livelihood. Having the best legal support is essential to navigate through these challenges successfully.

I want you to have the highest probability of receiving the best outcome possible in your EEOC case.

Moreover, there are a variety of different directories such as Justia, Expertise, Yelp.com, ThreeBest Rated, Avvo.com, Superlawyers, and Best Lawyers who claim to identify the best attorneys in a given practice area. Directories are a pay-to-play system that rewards those who have the most money to buy the top spots in their listings.

In addition, I have been practicing law for over a decade and my practice is primarily dedicated to federal EEOC and MSPB matters, responses to proposed disciplinary actions and investigations into potential misconduct.

Simply put, I am more qualified than these directories to guide you in finding the right attorney.

While I would strongly encourage you to reach out to my law firm first, I understand the importance of exploring all options. My objective is to equip you with the information needed to make an informed decision about your legal representation.

I am proud to work with the following federal employment attorneys who share in my commitment to providing excellent representation for their clients, and who I consider to be some of the best EEOC attorneys for federal employees:

Best EEOC Attorneys for Federal Employees of 2024

  • Justin Schnitzer – EEOC Attorney at The Law Office of Justin Schnitzer
  • II. Eric Pines – Pines Federal
  • III. Aaron Wersing – Federal Employment Law Firm of Aaron D. Wersing
  • IV. Bobby Devadoss – The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C.
  • V. Benjamin Wick – The Wick Law Office

I. Justin Schnitzer – The Law Office of Justin Schnitzer

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Attorney Justin Schnitzer is a well-known and highly respected federal employment attorney within the legal community, and he is well-respected by EEOC and MSPB judges nationwide.

With over ten years of experience, he has successfully represented federal employees in various employment law matters, including discrimination, reasonable accommodation, retaliation, and wrongful termination, before the EEOC and MSPB courts.

In addition, he has also assisted clients in navigating complex federal employment policies and procedures.

What sets Justin apart is his personalized approach to every client. All clients are given Mr. Schnitzer’s cell phone number for easy accessibility. Justin understands that this can be a frightening time in your life, and having a readily accessible lawyer can be a game-changer.

Justin takes the time to understand his clients and how their current predicament affects their lives and livelihoods. He then develops the best course of action to correct the wrong.

When you have an EEOC claim and are up against the federal government with an endless supply of lawyers on their side, you need an attorney willing to fight for you on your side.

Regardless of the situation, Mr. Schnitzer is dedicated to helping federal employees who face discrimination, were wrongfully terminated, or have other legal issues with the federal government. As an experienced federal discrimination attorney, he helps them fight back and get the justice they deserve. Whether it is helping you negotiate for back pay, keep your present job, or litigating your case before a federal court, Mr. Shnitzer is the only attorney you want in your corner.

II. Eric Pines – Pines Federal

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Eric L. Pines is a highly regarded federal employment lawyer. With extensive experience in federal employment law, he is dedicated to representing federal employees and providing in-house counsel for many federal employees as a labor union representative. He started his career as in-house counsel for AFGE Local 1923, located in the Social Security Administration’s headquarters.

While Mr. Pines and his firm specialize in representing federal employees in all federal employee matters, They firmly commit to representing disabled federal employees in their requests for reasonable medical and religious accommodations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (A.D.A.). Furthermore, Mr. Pines assists these employees with their requests for Federal Employee Disability Retirement (O.P.M.) when an accommodation is not feasible.

In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Pines has served as a mediator for various federal agencies, including a year-long tenure as the in-house EEO Mediator for the Library of Congress. 

III. Aaron Wersing – Federal Employment Law Firm of Aaron D. Wersing

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With clients spanning all federal government agencies, Aaron Wersing is well-versed in all areas of federal employment law. His practice focuses on helping federal employees with various litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Wersing helps clients with various federal employment issues, including job reinstatement, discrimination, suspensions, reasonable accommodations, license revocation, and workplace disputes.

With experience in federal government employment, he efficiently resolves many employment issues that federal employees have. Mr. Wersing holds a Jurisprudence Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law, where he received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award. During law school, he also volunteered at the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic.

IV. Bobby Devadoss – The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C.

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Bobby Devadoss is an attorney specializing in labor and employment cases within the federal sector. With a background in federal labor law, he has handled numerous complex cases and represented clients before various agencies and boards. Bobby has extensive experience litigating employment discrimination cases, providing guidance to management officials, conducting investigations, and administering election proceedings. He is dedicated to exclusively representing federal employees and is well-versed in the intricacies of federal labor-management law.

V. Benjamin Wick – The Wick Law Office

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Benjamin E. Wick graduated with honors in 2005 from the Washington College of Law, American University. During law school, Mr. Wick began working with Mr. Gilbert, a retired Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Administrative Judge in Washington, D.C. After the summer internship of 2005, he continued to work with the judge who later started the Law Offices of Gary M. Gilbert & Associates in Silver Spring, Maryland.

As a junior attorney, Mr. Wick provided legal services primarily to federal employers before the EEOC and Merit Systems Protection Board (“MSPB”). In 2007, Mr. Wick returned to Colorado, his home state, and continued working for Gary M. Gilbert & Associates Law Offices.

He opened and managed the firm’s office in Denver, Colorado, where he was responsible for case management, supervising law clerks and a paralegal, and regional client representation. Mr. Wick served as lead counsel in numerous employment cases for employees and employers, mainly representing federal employees with disabilities before the EEOC and MSPB.