Kator Parks Weiser & Wright
Kator, Parks, Weiser & Wright, 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 KPWW.
Kator, Parks, Weiser & Wright, 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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On June 1, 2022, Cathy Harris was sworn in as a Member of the MSPB, and assumed the role as Acting Chair. After being nominated by President Biden and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Ms. Harris has now assumed the role of leading the agency that is charged with protecting the federal civil service merit systems.
Ms. Harris had worked with our law firm for over 20 years.
“We at Kator Parks couldn’t be happier to see our long-term partner reach this amazing achievement,” said Kator Parks Partner Michael Kator. “While we are sad to see Cathy Harris go, there’s no one more qualified to take on this important role. Our loss is the nation’s gain.”
Following Harris’ departure, the firm has been renamed Kator, Parks, Weiser & Wright, PLLC.
The EEOC granted class certification to the class action filed on behalf of African American males at SSA Headquarters. For more information about the EEOC decision, and an upcoming Class Member Information Session, please visit the webpage for this case by clicking here.
March 30, 2022 – An Administrative Judge of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decided that the Federal Aviation Administration discriminated against an air traffic control supervisor based on their race in not selecting them for a position. Attorneys of Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris, P.L.L.C., represented the client through litigation and during a hearing, after-which the administrative judge awarded $70,000 in compensatory damages for pain and suffering, backpay, and payment of full attorneys’ fees and costs. This decision is still subject to appeal, but the decision included strong findings on credibility that will make it more durable on appeal.
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