Does the Public Law Title 5, section 710 specifically state that a person can be held liable for wrongful disclosure of information? Does it state that the Attorney General can sue a contractor for access violations? Is it an offense to view the personnel files of any individual? Does the statute of limitations apply?
As far as I know, none of the above applies to the information that is provided by the government. There have been several lawsuits over the past few years which have been brought by individuals who were not even employees of the government. These lawsuits were brought by individuals who were hired by contractors who were conducting activities on behalf of the government.
The Federal Government as a whole has not been sued for its use of contractors. The OPMC law firm has been involved in the litigation and has been named in a number of lawsuits filed by individuals. In fact, I have not heard of a single instance where the individuals of the government have been sued.
It is important to understand the difference between the OPMC Defense Lawyers and other attorneys representing government employees. The OPMC attorney can represent both government employees and private employees. The Attorneys representing the government as employees can only represent private employees.
As I mentioned, there is a great amount of information that can be accessed by the employee of the government, which is very personal. The information can be used to deny a person’s civil rights and could result in legal ramifications down the road.
Private employees cannot bring a lawsuit against their employer, as their rights would not be protected under the Federal Fair Employment Practices Act. This law was designed to protect the rights of private employees. Some people claim that this Act only protects public employees.
The OPMC lawyers can find a lawsuit involving the personnel records of a private employer or state employee compensation. This means that a person who has an employment contract with a government contractor can sue that company for wrongful conduct. Any employee who has access to the personnel files of a private contractor can be held responsible for committing a violation of federal law.
An attorney like the law firm has the resources to carry out an investigation into any situation involving the access of confidential personnel files. If there is a possibility that a government employee was improperly fired or demoted, the law firm can sue for damages.
Private citizens who are not government employees cannot bring a lawsuit against their employer. No public employee, no matter how well they perform their duties, can bring a lawsuit against their employer.
The OPMC law firm is committed to finding cases where the government employee or contractor has been misused by another individual. The attorneys do not limit themselves to the agencies of the federal government, as the OPMC attorneys are well versed in the laws of both state and local governments. Individuals who use a contractor who has violated the rules of the states they work for can expect to be held accountable.
Please contact a New York OPMC defense lawyer for any of your federal government or employee-related matters. You will not be sorry you decided to take advantage of the services of a law firm that specializes in representing those who do not have the resources to get a suit through the system.