Government Contractors, Military Members and Civil Servants Acquire and Protect Their Security Clearances Through Our Firm

At Glassman & Michael, PLLC, we provide representation and counsel to all government contractor employees, members of the armed services and civil servants who require security clearances to obtain employment or maintain their positions. Regardless of government agency, our firm is experienced in representing those who must have security clearance to perform their work. Whether it's before administrative law judges in the Department of Defense, administrative panels at the Department of Justice or presentations to the CIA or the State Department, we have been there with a proven record of success.

The aggressive approach to obtaining or maintaining security clearances is a foundation of this firm and has been the approach of its founder, Stephen C. Glassman, in all security clearance cases. His credentials as a retired Navy JAG Captain and his experience in the field of security clearances makes him the go-to person for resolution of security clearance problems.

Our firm has successfully represented CEO's of major corporations and 501 C (3) organizations preserve their security clearance and thus their careers with remarkable success. Likewise, we have been successful in obtaining security clearances for prospective employees of government agencies whose histories reflected serious behavioral and mental health issues, as well as preserving the security clearances of military officers whose vengeful commanding officers collapsed their careers before they came to our firm.

Experienced Representation for Clearance Problems

Attorney Stephen C. Glassman has specific experience in security clearances and background checks, helping people address any number of problems that arise during the process. If you are an employee whose livelihood is dependent on obtaining or maintaining a security clearance and you wish to speak to an attorney who can help you address any problems, please contact the law firm of Glassman & Michael, PLLC.

Legal Help for Problems With Security Clearances

If your security clearance has been terminated or lapsed, you should talk to an attorney who is familiar with the process and who can help you explore options for getting your security clearance back.

Similarly, if your security clearance has been denied after a background check, talk to attorney Stephen C. Glassman about the possibility of pursuing an appeal. Mr. Glassman is a retired Navy captain with significant experience working in military legal matters. No matter what concerns you have about obtaining or protecting your security clearance, he can help.

The lawyers at Glassman & Michael, PLLC, also have experience handling matters before the Army Board For Correction of Military Records. These include removal of erroneous or prejudicial disciplinary actions or OERs from our clients' military records, reconsideration by promotion boards and upgrade of discharges. Such results can reverse career-ending actions by the military.

Contact Our Firm for Assistance

If you are a member of the armed services who is facing a legal matter, our attorneys are here to help. We have more than 45 years of experience in military law and know how it applies in each unique situation.

To schedule an appointment at any of our four offices — Vienna, Virginia; Laytonsville, Maryland; the Eastern Shore; and Washington, D.C. — call us at 703-291-0492 or 301-825-9629 or send us an email. Free initial telephone conferences and in-person consultations are available upon request.

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