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  1. #1
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    Jun 2019

    Default Anyone Know of an Attorney Familiar with the Ofccp

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Florida/Federal Law

    I'm having an issue with my employer and would like to hire an attorney to represent me in a case. The particulars of this case falls under the jurisdiction of the OFCCP instead of EEOC. However, considering that the OFCCP is a relatively obscure agency; I cannot find a single attorney who has handled even one case involving them. Does anyone know of an attorney who may be familiar with them? I'm in Florida but I would even settle for someone giving me the name of an attorney out of state because the OFCCP is a federal agency and their procedures are the same regardless of the state. I found plenty of attorneys who represent the employer in OFCCP cases but cannot find any who represent employees. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Jun 2006

    Default Re: Anyone Know of an Attorney Familiar with the Ofccp

    This site does not provide attorney referrals.

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