Shining The Light Of Truth On Injustices Against Federal Employees

Your career as a federal employee should not be jeopardized by employment law violations. You deserve to be treated with integrity and respect. Our attorneys can go to work for you.

Shaun Southworth, Lydia Taylor and Georgia Lawrence
Shaun Southworth, Lydia Taylor and Georgia Lawrence
Offering Coast To Coast And World-Wide Representation

Federal Employment Law

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB)

Office Of Special Counsel For Whistleblower Protection

Lydia Taylor and Shaun Southworth

Experienced Counsel For Federal Employees
Across The Nation

Employees of any enterprise are protected by employment laws. This includes employees of the federal government. When claims arise, however, federal employees must undergo particularly complex legal processes — processes that are notably different from average employment law claims.

If you are a federal employee who needs support in employment law issues, make sure you work with a lawyer who understands the unique regulations and processes that will accompany your case. Your case will depend on it.

Our firm offers the skill and knowledge you need to get help in your case. We are results-driven, client-focused, and compassion-minded and we apply our values to all of our cases. Contact us at Southworth PC in Atlanta, Georgia and Washington, D.C.

Meet Our Attorneys

Shaun Southworth

Georgia Lawrence

Georgia Lawrence

Lydia Taylor

Lydia Taylor

Sadarie Mahens
Shaun Southworth and Lydia Taylor

Handling Discrimination, Harassment, Disciplinary ActionsAnd Other Claims

Our firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of federal employees. We defend our clients against disciplinary actions, guide them through the proper claims processes and represent them in hearings before agencies, commissions and boards.


The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC):

Our clients come to us while experiencing the symptoms of a hostile work environment or retaliation. Whether you are currently facing discrimination or harassment, or have been bullied into quitting your job because of these factors, let us know. We can help you file a claim and get results in your EEOC case.

The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB):

Many federal employees have advanced statutory and constitutional protections when facing disciplinary actions

If your work performance is being evaluated and you are facing disciplinary action, or you are struggling with Federal disability and retirement concerns, make sure your employee rights are protected. We can stand up for you.

Office of Special Counsel for Whistleblower Protection:

When federal employees stand up for themselves and make their voices heard after wrongful conduct at work, they sometimes end up the subject of retaliatory discipline.

With the risk of retaliation when you raise an issue at work, this independent office exists to allow you to disclose wrongdoing and protect your job. We can help you by filing your disclosures.

Lydia Taylor, Shaun Southworth, Georgia Lawrence

We Know How The Other Side Thinks

What Our Clients Say

VerdictsAnd Settlements

Meet With Our Experienced Legal Team

Personal service makes a difference to you and to us. We are most effective when we can work one-on-one with our clients through every stage of the legal process. Let us work with you.

From offices in the Atlanta metro area and Washington, D.C., we handle cases across the United States and worldwide. When you speak with us, we listen and we will give you an honest assessment of what we can do to help you.