If you are in need of security clearance as a federal contractor or as an employee of a federal contractor, our firm's security clearance lawyers are prepared to guide you through the clearance process with precise, focused legal assistance. If you face a clearance denial or revocation, our legal team can also draw from extensive experience with security clearance procedures to help you pursue appeals and / or hearings. A difficult and extremely important endeavor, these matters require the support and representation our firm can provide.
Whether you are seeking clearance from the Department of Defense (DoD), the agency that issues the majority of clearances, or any other federal agency, our firm can educate you about the process and work closely with you to ensure that all procedural guidelines and deadlines are met. Additionally, we provide customized legal solutions tailored to meet your unique situation, needs, and goals.
Should denials or revocations arise as the result of issues that bring your eligibility to access classified information into question, you can be confident that we have the skill to refute, explain, and mitigate these allegations.
From document and interview preparation to aggressive representation during appeals and hearings, our team strives to handle these issues efficiently and effectively. Our skills have been honed through years of helping federal contractors and employees navigate the clearance process, and we have become intimately familiar with all steps, procedures, and requirements involved. As such, working with our security clearance attorneys and paralegals can significantly reduce your chances of being denied the clearance you require.
We know that as a federal contractor, you depend on obtaining these clearances as part of your professional career. In addition, we do not lose sight of the fact that these circumstances also hold great bearing on your personal well-being and future. This is why we work tirelessly on your behalf and do everything in our power to help you be successful.
If you would like to discuss your clearance problems with an attorney from our firm to learn how we can help, do not hesitate to contact McCormack & McCormack today.