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Protecting And Defending Your Rights

Guiding You Through The Administrative Process

At Donald R. Holben & Associates, APC, our administrative law attorneys devote substantial time, energy and resources to helping clients pursue reparations at the administrative and judicial levels. As experienced lawyers, we understand the steps you must take to exhaust all of your administrative remedies before you can pursue legal action.

Typically, larger companies have their own internal equal employment opportunity remedies, which allow them to investigate claims internally. Small companies and the government are regulated by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Depending on your situation, you may be able to choose between your employer’s internal remedies and the EEOC or DFEH.

It is important to note that most governmental employees have a right to due process before they can be terminated. If you receive a notice of intended termination, it is important that you consult a qualified lawyer who can guide you through the necessary hearings — including merit system protection board hearings. We provide representation through all phases of the administrative process.

Contact Us For Help In Your Administrative Law Matter

We welcome you to contact our law firm for a free initial consultation. Call 619-780-2820 to reach our San Diego office, 760-501-0615 for our Palm Springs office or 800-685-6950 to reach us toll free from anywhere in California.