Employee Rights Protection Association, Inc.
Public Service and Government Employee Representation

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Welcome to the Employee Rights Protection Association!

Employee Rights Protection Association (ERPA) Represents Public Service and Government Employees facing Administrative Disciplinary Proceedings. 

ERPA is a membership based organization dedicated to representing municipal, city, state and federal employees before Administrative Hearings.

ERPA is your non-union alternative and has been dedicated in representing your best interest.

Employee Rights Protection Association, Inc. (ERPA) have provided professional, competent and affordable representation to its members since 2006. 

ERPA was founded because it saw a need to provide affordable and competent representation to the hard-working employee that could not afford to pay for the full services of an attorney or who may not be able to benefit from the full services of union representation.

Our interest is to do our best in keeping you employed by providing rigorous and aggressive representation and to defend you against accusations or allegations of misconduct.

We speak on your behalf when you have a grievance or desire to express your concerns about workplace incidents, to include but not limited to:  Harassment, Hostile Work Environment, Promotional Concerns and Employer Procedural Misconduct or Misconduct by your Employer.

Member Benefits and Services are also offered.

We hope that you find confidence in calling us for a free consultation or office visit to discuss how or in what way we may be able to assist you. 



  • Public School Employees
  • Teachers, Law Enforcement
  • Correctional Officers
  • Firefighters
  • Clerks of Court
  • County Government Staff
  • State Employees
  • Health Department
  • DCF
  • Federal Employees
  • Congressional and Senate Staff
All Public Service and Government Employees are Welcome!

 ERPA is always accepting new 
with pending cases...

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What Are My Rights as a Government Employee?

School Board Employees

Fire Department Employee

Law Enforcement - Correctional Personnel

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Frequently Asked Questions

Schedule my group or co-workers for a meeting

How do I become a member?
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