• GAO: Size of Whistleblower Backlog Increasing

    GAO: Size of Whistleblower Backlog Increasing

    A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that “the backlog of whistleblower and prohibited personnel practices cases at the U.S. Office of Special Counsel nearly doubled between 2011 and 2016, despite sustained efforts to tackle it.”

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Civil Servants in a Political Age

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Debate season is in full swing as the races for the Republican and Democratic nominees for the 2016 presidential election begin to kick into high gear.

Federal Managers Exposed

Are you familiar with every civil service law, rule or regulation? 

Is Your Career in Good Hands?

Cases are won and lost based on the quality of legal representation. If you become the target of an allegation or investigation, one of the first things the agency or investigators will want to know is who is your liability carrier–or–who is your attorney.

New Year, New Liabilities

As the new year begins, we reflect on the past year thinking about family, friends, work, the future.

The Many Faces of Management

Managers often think of liabilities in terms of being the selecting official for an applicant or being brought in for a congressional hearing, but seem to overlook the many other exposures they are prone to in their position each day with their employees.

What a Difference a Decade Makes

FEDS just celebrated its 10-year anniversary defending federal employees. When the company was founded, the goal was to provide the very best legal representation and customer service in the industry – and we did that. 

What Have You Done for YOU Lately?

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Are you on top of the flurry of legislation being introduced which directly affects issues important to you and your colleagues?

You Can't Turn the Clock Back on an Allegation made Against You

You are dedicated. You are hardworking. You have an exemplary record. You would never need a lawyer to defend an act, error or omission in the course of your employment. Unfortunately, your phone call is the hardest one we receive and almost always starts with, “I can’t believe this is happening to me.



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