Dallas Government Employee Retaliation Lawyers

The law prohibits federal employers from retaliation in the workplace, when that retaliation is based on complaining or reporting discrimination based on age, race, religion, gender, national origin, pregnancy, disability, or a number of other protected categories.  Federal employers also can retaliate against an employee who takes medical leave or refuses to do something that is considered to be a crime. Additionally, except in limited circumstances, a federal employer cannot retaliate against an employee for exercising their right to free speech.

Sadly, however, retaliation in the workplace is extremely common and hard to isolate.  Retaliation in the workplace can take the form of demotion, lack of promotion, suspension, lack of training, and ever termination. Our Dallas workplace retaliation lawyers represent federal government employees who have been unlawfully retaliated against by their federal employers.

If you have been the victim of retaliation in the workplace, contact our Dallas retaliation attorneys today.