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Merit System Protection Board Cases

Nationwide M.S.P.B. Attorney

Morris E. Fischer, Esq., Prevails Over the United States Postal Service in M.S.P.B. Case at the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
>>Case: Victory at the Federal Circuit

HHS Settles on Hearing Date in
M.S.P.B. First Amendment, Federal Employee Billings, Montana Case

>> Case: Government caves at hearing

Morris E. Fischer Secures Large Wrongful Termination Settlement Against the United States Postal Service
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Our office handles M.S.P.B. cases anywhere in the United States.

CLICK HERE if:

  • You are a Federal Employee Unfairly Suspended
  • You Have Been Unjustly Terminated
  • You Received an Undeserved Letter of Reprimand

CLICK HERE if:

  • You Blew the Whistle on your Supervisor
  • You Reported Fraud or Abuse
  • Your Unfairly Treated Because of your Lawful Actions

The U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board is an independent, quasi-judicial agency in the Executive branch that serves as the guardian of Federal merit systems. It is responsible for adjudicating employee appeals of:

  • personnel actions over which the Board has jurisdiction, such as removals, suspensions, furloughs, and demotions;
  • administrative decisions affecting an individual's rights or benefits under the Civil Service Retirement System or the Federal Employees' Retirement System;
  • complaints filed under the Whistleblower Protection Act, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, and the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act;
  • cases brought by the Special Counsel, principally complaints of prohibited personnel practices and Hatch Act violations;
  • requests to review regulations of the Office of Personnel Management that are alleged to require or result in the commission of a prohibited personnel practice-or reviewing such regulations on the Board's own motion;
  • ordering compliance with final Board orders where appropriate; and
  • conducting studies of the Federal civil service and other merit systems in the Executive Branch to determine whether they are free from prohibited personnel practices.

Our office handles M.S.P.B. cases anywhere in the United States.