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22Dec

2017

One of the real joys of this holiday season is the opportunity to say thank you to both our past and present clients. We are sincerely grateful for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year, and we wish you all a wonderful New…

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23Nov

2017

This Thanksgiving we remember what we are thankful for; the opportunity to work with and for federal employees. From everyone at here at Harris Federal Law Firm, we wish you and yours a very special and Happy Thanksgiving. There is…

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10Nov

2017

Veterans Day is a day our nation publicly honors all who have served in the military. Here at Harris Federal Law Firm we regularly work with clients who are veterans. We often hear ‘thank yous’ from them for working on…

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05Jan

2017

The Chairman of the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), Susan Tsui Grundmann has announced her resignation effective January 7, 2017. Grundmann, appointed by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the Senate in 2009, had a term that expired on March…

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22Dec

2016

We want to wish you a wonderful Holiday Season! We also want to say thank you to all our past and present clients for your loyalty and continued support. We are truly grateful and wish you all the best in…

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31Oct

2016

Harris Federal Law Firm wishes everyone a Happy Halloween!

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12Jun

2016

Sometimes federal agencies attempt to discipline its employees with the very subjective allegation of the employee’s “lack of candor”.  The charges are sometimes misplaced or overused based upon the difficulties in establishing just what is required to prove the charge….

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06Oct

2015

This past weekend, several members of our Harris Federal team attended the 20th annual Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG) Convention in Chicago. We are proud to say two of our attorneys, Brad Harris and Leah Bachmeyer Kille, were…

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