A consultation is usually the first step to getting legal advice. We offer initial consultations only if we think we can help.
During the initial consultation, you will talk with one of our senior attorneys who will interview you and give you an initial evaluation of your possible claims. During the consultation, we try to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your potential claims, advise you of your legal options, make recommendations, evaluate risks and benefits, explain the legal process that relates to your unique employment situation, and discuss options for representation.
If you are interested in having a consultation and obtaining legal services, start with contacting us, giving us a brief summary of your employment or labor issue. If you work in the intelligence community, we encourage you to call us directly.
All inquiries are kept in strict confidence.
Any information you provide us will be considered confidential and private. But merely contacting an attorney does not automatically create an attorney-client relationship. To create an attorney-client relationship, we must do several things, such as check for a conflict of interest and reach agreement on the terms and scope of representation. Additionally, information conveyed through the internet may not be secure. Although we will treat all your information as private and confidential, information conveyed prior to a consultation or establishing an attorney-client relationship may not be covered by the attorney-client privilege.