The Attig Law Firm is now offering web-based seminars on certain topics of importance to Federal Employees. These web-based seminars, known as “Webinars” are described below. Check back frequently, as the Firm expects to add more Webinars in the coming weeks and months.
After registering and paying for the webinar, you will be provided instructions on how and when you can participate in the webinar. You will be provided information on how to sign into the service, and you will be provided with a copy of the course materials by email prior to the course.
Webinar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
A webinar is an interactive seminar conducted using the World Wide Web. Our webinars are live video-conference presentations, happening in real time. You, the participant, can observe the video-conference and participate through your computers built in microphone. Back to list of questions.
In the course of representing Federal Employees, I have learned that if my clients had certain information or training before they were suspended, removed or demoted, they might have been able to avoid MSPB or EEOC litigation altogether. Through years of representing Agencies, I have developed courses of instruction to help Federal Employees learn about certain things that their supervisors or HR/Labor Relations won’t or can’t tell them. These Webinars do not provide legal advice, only general guidance.
A computer with speakers and an internet connection is really all you need. If you would like to participate in the Webinar, you will be able to type in any questions or, if you have a microphone on your computer, you will be able to ask your questions. Participation in the webinar may require you to temporarily download certain software, or log in to a third-party website.
No. My Firm does not represent employees as their attorney without a written attorney-client agreement. The purpose of a webinar is to provide you, the Federal Employee, with general information, instruction and guidance that will help you to feel more empowered in dealing with your management. The Attig Law Firm does not provide legal advice in the webinars, and by participating in the webinar, you are not a client of the Attig Law Firm. The Firm does not provide legal advice specific to your situation in a Webinar. If you would like specific legal advice, please request a consultation with the Attig Law Firm.
Different seminars have different costs. Please check the Information page for the Webinar you are considering to determine the actual price. The Firm accepts payment for Webinars by check, credit card or debit card.