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It is illegal for an agency to retaliate (or reprise) against an employee for opposing or complaining about unlawful discrimination or government waste, fraud, and abuse under any of the anti-discrimination statutes such as Title VII, the Rehabilitation Act, or the Whistleblower Protection Act. While most people are aware that it is illegal for their employers to retaliate against an employee who engaged in EEO activity, it is also illegal to retaliate against an employee who requested a reasonable accommodation (an activity protected by the Rehabilitation Act) or who reported sexual harassment to management (an activity protected by Title VII’s “opposition clause”).

If you need to file a retaliation claim or amend your pending EEO or OSC complaint to add a charge of retaliation, the attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC can assist you with either.

Tully Rinckey, PLLC can represent clients at every stage of the federal government’s EEO or OSC process, from initial EEO counselor contact all the way through appeals in federal court. Call 703-525-4700 today for a consultation on your issue.

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