“I engaged Kropf Moseley PLLC after my client agency’s Incident Response Team accused me of wrongdoing and referred my case to their Office of Inspector General. Both entities maintained a Kafkaesque level of secrecy by refusing to disclose any information about my alleged wrongdoing, their case review procedures, adjudication timing or if I would ever be allowed to know what I had been accused of or given an opportunity to respond to the charges or my accuser. The Kropf Moseley team successfully steered me through this gut wrenching, 5-month byzantine process which lead to the OIG finding no wrongdoing and the reinstatement of my subcontract. Look no further than the KM team if you or your business is on the line due to an OIG investigation.”  

- Contractor, Department of Health and Human Services

"Sara Kropf and Dan Portnov are capable advocates with deep experience and integrity.  [They] steered me through the worst experience of my life. I appreciated their wise counsel and tireless work. Also, their efficiency in managing the cost of representation."   -- Federal Employee, Department of Housing and Urban Development

“OIG investigations are a gut-wrenching experience.  At a minimum, they upend your life, threaten your livelihood, and the mere fact of an investigation - regardless of merit - can trigger feelings of shame and embarrassment.  I can’t imagine making it through the nightmare without Sara’s steady demeanor, immensely valuable advice, and empathy.” 

Federal Employee, Department of State


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