Reversal of a suspension of a Assistant United States Attorney charged with committing professional misconduct during a high-profile prosecution of a United States Senator. Goeke v. Department of Justice, 122 M.S.P.R. 69 (2015);
Reversal of an employee’s removal when the deciding official considered ex parte communication in violation of the employee’s due process rights;
Reversal of an employee’s removal when the Agency did not prove the misconduct alleged and violated the employee’s due process rights by appointing a deciding official that made the risk of unfairness to the employee intolerably high;
Mitigation of an employee’s demotion when the Agency failed to establish that the penalty of expulsion from a training class and the resulting demotion was reasonable;
Award of back pay through enforcement of a contested interpretation of a settlement agreement; and
Enforcement of a contested oral settlement agreement with the Office of Special Counsel.