Inspector General Investigation Process
If you are a federal employee accused of wrongdoing, obtain experienced legal counsel. Federal authorities are responsible to conduct investigations into allegations against federal employees. Supervisors often take disciplinary action based on investigations from the agency’s Office of Inspector General (OIG).
When your career is on the line, entrust Passman & Kaplan, P.C., to secure your legal rights. Since 1990, our law firm has advocated for federal employees subject to OIG and other investigations. We understand the emotional drain you might feel when facing an OIG or other investigation. We will apply our years of experience and legal skills to help level the playing field against you. Contact our law firm today to meet with a highly skilled federal employment law attorney in Washington, D.C.
Representing Federal Employees Facing Inspector General Investigations
Throughout the federal government, Offices of Inspector General investigate alleged wrongdoing by federal employees, such as:
- Office property theft
- Computer fraud
- Time and attendance fraud
- Illegal or improper use of the government’s resources
- Improper disclosure of contracting information to contractors
- Hiring and other personnel irregularities
If you are under investigation by the OIG, you generally have a right to have an attorney present. Our law firm’s federal employment law attorneys are available to make sure you are not coerced or bullied during the investigation. When you select our law firm, we will stand by your side when questioned by federal authorities. We will make sure you are not trapped into providing the wrong information based on poorly phrased or vague questions. We will ensure that the OIG agents rephrase or clarify unclear questions.
Our federal attorneys will take time to understand the nature of your job. We understand you may feel overwhelmed when under investigation. We will help you be as accurate as possible when explaining your job and answering their questions. Our federal attorneys will also counsel you when questions become harassing or threatening.
We will apply our intricate understanding of federal employment law focused on putting you in the best light possible. Our law firm is committed to protecting your employment rights, while mitigating the potential for any disciplinary action.
Contact Our U.S. Employee Theft Defense Lawyers
If you are under investigation, contact us online or call 202-789-0100. Clients in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia are welcome to schedule a consultation at our law office located in Washington, D.C. We also offer long-distance consultations for federal employees nationwide and abroad.