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Federal employee appeals FAD to EEOC’s OFO

Federal employee appeals FAD to EEOC’s OFO. EEOC determines compensatory damages (emotional distress) are not available on retaliation claims based on the ADEA. The EEOC has held that federal employees are not entitled to compensatory damages awards on claims...

Federal employee wins appeal and larger damage award

Federal employee wins appeal and larger damage award. VA employee filed an EEO alleging sexual harassment and retaliation (reprisal). A finding in her favor was made. She was awarded $25,000 in non-pecuniary compensatory damages (emotional distress). However, on...

Federal employee awarded more money on appeal.

Federal employee awarded more money on appeal. Complainant alleged sexual and non-sexual harassment based on her sex (female). After filing an EEO, her Agency issued a Final Agency Decision (FAD) finding in her favor and awarding her $60,000. Complainant appealed to...

Federal employee wins EEOC appeal

Federal employee wins EEOC appeal.  Federal employee attorney Kirk J. Angel is happy to announce that his federal employee client has won an EEOC appeal.  Complainant, a postal service employee, filed an EEO against the USPS. He alleged unlawful retaliation. Initially...

Federal employee wins previously unstated claims

Federal employee wins previously unstated claims. Complainant was employed by the postal service (USPS). She filed an EEO claim alleging disability discrimination and reprisal on the basis of 12 actions by the postal service. She then timely requested a hearing before...