California Lawyers: Security Clearance Matters

Many federal employees and employees of federal contractors require security clearances in order to fulfill the duties of their jobs. When these clearances are in jeopardy, so are the careers and livelihoods of the employees who hold them. The law firm of Grady & Associates has extensive experience defending security clearances for federal employees and other employees.

Security Clearance Denial Or Revocation

As a federal employee facing the loss of your security clearance, you have the right to a proceeding with the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA). In this proceeding, a judge will make a determination regarding the denial or revocation of your security clearance. The stakes are high. If the judge upholds the intent to deny or revoke your clearance and your job requires the clearance, you will likely lose your position and an appeal for a reversal of the termination decision by the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) will very likely not succeed.

With more than 100 years of combined employment law experience, the firm's lawyers have represented many federal employees whose security clearances were threatened due to psychological impairments, bankruptcy, criminal charges, including DUI, and other circumstances. Contact Grady & Associates if you have received a notice of intent to deny or revoke your security clearance.

Call For A Free Consultation

If you would like to discuss a security clearance matter with a California attorney at no charge, you may call our offices at either (619) 528-2530, (858) 481-4956 or (760) 431-2010 to set up an appointment. Grady & Associates has offices in San Diego's Mission Valley and Del Mar Heights, and in Carlsbad, California.