Situated in the heart of the nation’s capital, Passman and Kaplan PC is a premier law firm specializing in employment and labor laws. Ever since 1990, the firm has exclusively served the interests of private sector employees, the District of Columbia employees and federal government’s employees. Furthermore, for over two decades, Passman and Kaplan PC has represented clients in denial of leave cases under the Family and Medical Leave Act and in disability discrimination cases in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act. The firm is committed to ending all forms of discrimination at work places, especially sexual harassment and discrimination. To this end, it has also published the Federal Employees Legal Survival Guide.
A graduate of Harvard Law School, Edward H. Passman is one of the partners with Passman and Kaplan PC. Passman who brings with him rich first-hand knowledge of the workings of the federal government has been practicing law for well over three decades. He specializes in discrimination, employment, labor and civil service laws. Passman is admitted to practice before the U.S. Federal Courts, U.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia, state of Maryland and the Bar of the District of Columbia. He is a full-time litigant. He is also a published author of several articles in various prestigious journals. Passman is also a fellow of The College of Labor & Employment Lawyers, Inc. Joseph V. Kaplan, is the founding principal and managing partner with Passman and Kaplan PC. Kaplan is a graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law. A full-time litigant, he specializes in labor and employment laws. Practicing for well over two decades, he is admitted to practice before the bars of the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. A published author of various scholarly articles, he was given an “AV” Rating with the Washingtonian Magazine declaring him one of the best lawyers in the nation’s capital.
The attorneys at the firm are dedicated individuals on a mission to end work based discrimination, be it race, gender, color, religion, ethnicity. Ever since 1990, the firm has made American work place a bit fairer for its clients.