Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris, PLLC

A Washington, D.C. based law firm with a civil practice in employment law

Kator Parks Weiser & Harris

Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris, PLLC, is a Washington, D.C. based law firm with a civil practice in employment law, and a special concentration on employment law involving Federal employees. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing workers before Federal courts, the MSPB, and the EEOC, in individual cases and class actions. Click here to learn more about KPWH.


Class Actions

Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris, PLLC, has extensive experience representing workers in class actions. Our attorneys have handled cases involving tens of thousands of workers, challenging the practices of employers in Federal courts, State courts, and before the EEOC. Find out more about our firm’s current and past class actions by clicking here.


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KPWH Named to List of "Best Law Firms" for 2020

U.S. News and World Report included Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris in its 2020 list of the best law firms in the nation. Both of the firms' Washington, DC and Austin, TX offices were recognized in the rankings for Employment Law. The rankings are based in part on surveys sent to lawyers around the country. We are proud that our hard work and success on behalf of employees is recognized in the legal community.

If you wish to seek legal advice or inquire about becoming a client of the firm, please contact us.


EEOC Issues Decision in SSA Class Action

The EEOC issued an appellate decision in the Jefferson v. SSA Class Action. Find out more about the decision by clicking here.


KPWH Files Suit to End Forced Unpaid Labor During Government Shutdown

KPWH attorneys filed a lawsuit on January 9, 2019 to end the practice of forcing certain federal employees to work while in unpaid status during the government shutdown. The suit alleges that this practice violates the Thirteenth Amendment's prohibition of involuntary servitude. The suit also claims that the government is in violation of the Fifth Amendment by prohibiting federal employees from obtaining outside employment during a government shutdown, and that the government's practice of compelling some federal employees to provide unpaid work violates the Constitution's separation of powers and other federal statutes.

A copy of the lawsuit is available by clicking here.

KPWH is honored to have filed suit on behalf of federal employees standing up for their rights. For more information about our law firm, or for contact information, click here.