Other Adverse Actions


Adverse Administrative Actions

Service members and civilian employees may face adverse administrative actions based on alleged misconduct that does not warrant a court-martial in the eyes of command and servicing legal staff. Some of those adverse actions and forums include:

  • Federal Employment Merit Systems Protection Board Cases
  • General Officer Memorandums of Reprimand (GOMOR)
  • Flying Evaluation Boards
  • Medical Credentialing Boards
  • Inspector General Investigations
  • Commander-Directed Investigations / Army Regulation 15-6 Investigations
  • Security Clearance Revocation Actions (Department of Defense Central Adjudication Facility and Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals)

Mr. Berens has experience handling each of these types of administrative cases.  The more senior the service member, the more significant the consequences associated with these adverse administrative actions. Mr. Berens has significant experience advising commanders of their options in these administrative fields.  That experience provides Mr. Berens with unique skill set to help accused service members, federal civil service employees, and others navigate the complexities of adverse administrative actions.

Ratings and Reviews

One of the best!

Mike Berens was very informative and clarified everything that dealt with my case.  He gave me great suggestions and also supported my suggestions.  The max time I was facing was 3 years 7 months and I only served 100 days.  I was release with nothing on my record.  He came to see me every week,…

- (5 star review)

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