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.


New on KPWH Blog

KPWH Partner Cathy Harris Nominated to be Chair of MSPB

KPWH Partner Cathy Harris has been nominated by President Joe Biden to serve as the Chair of the Merit Systems Protection Board. The nomination was announced by the White House on April 28, 2021. You can see the White House press release by clicking here.


KPWH Named to List of Best Law Firms

The 2020-21 listing of Best Law Firms in the United States from U.S. News and World Report includes Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris. Both our Washington DC office and our Austin TX office were included in the annual rankings of top law firms in the area of Employment Law.

We are happy to have our hard work on behalf of our clients recognized. To see the U.S. News and World Report Best Law Firms rankings for KPWH, click here.

Click here to contact KPWH to discuss your legal rights or legal matter.


Class Certification Granted in SSA Class Action

The EEOC Administrative Judge granted class certification in a case involving African-American males working at SSA Headquarters. The case covers the time period April 2003 to the present, and alleges that African-American males have been regularly disfavored in the employee awards process. For more information, please visit the webpage we have devoted to the case.

To discuss your own legal options and possible discrimination claims, contact KPWH for a free consultation.