Mr. Gapasin represents Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors on Military Installations. This specific type of federal employee faces issues such as wrongful termination and retaliation much like employees in private firms. However, rules for Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors differ substantially. Mr. Gapasin has represented Civilian Contractors in various matters, to include EEOC complaints, Retaliation, Whistleblower Investigations and others.
Unfortunately, Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors are sometimes taken advantage of by their companies, or treated unfairly by military personnel which also leads to problems with their employer company. When the military is your company's client, it is far too common for the company to favor their military client versus their own employee.
Ensuring that Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors on Military Installations receive fair and just results is Mr. Gapasin's focus. If the company refuses to agree to a fair pre-litigation settlement negotiated by Mr. Gapasin, then he will file suit and litigate the case. If the case still does not settle, Mr. Gapasin will take your case to trial.
Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors should not try to do this alone. You need someone extremely familiar with the relationship between contractors and the military to handle all aspects of your case. After 22 years as a trial lawyer, Mr. Gapasin not only knows how to file lawsuits and exert tremendous pressure on the company, but having Mr. Gapasin on your side automatically increases the value of your case.
Mr. Gapasin represents Federal Employees and Civilian Contractors in the following areas:
- Wrongful Termination
- EEOC Complaints
- Hostile Work Environment
- Leave of Absence
- Disability Discrimination
- Reasonable Accommodation
- Sexual Harassment
- Other Types of Harassment
- Unpaid Overtime
- Security Clearance
- Bars to the Installation
- All Criminal Investigations
If you are a Federal Employee or Civilian Contractor who works on a Military Installation, and if you are experiencing any of these legal situations, CONTACT US TODAY! You can fill out the contact form on this page or call our office at 1-888-919-8265. We will then call you for a no-cost consultation.