Bucks County, near Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania. It is solely owned and operated by Chungsoo J.
Lee, a non-attorney specializing discrimination cases in federal employment. EEO 21 became a
limited liability company in March 2009.
Mr. Lee had worked as a discrimination investigator for nine years at Pennsylvania Human Relations
Commission. In that capacity he has conducted numerous fact-finding conferences, successfully
negotiated settlements, and investigated and recommended hundreds of findings. During his tenure
he successfully handled over a thousand cases.
Defense Contract Audit Agency, Defense Commissary Agency, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau
of Land Management, Department of Veterans Affairs, Farm Service Agency, FAA, Smithsonian
Institution, National Business Center, Small Business Administration, Transportation Security
Administration, Defense Logistics Agency, Federal Bureau of Prisons, National Guard Bureau,
Army Installation Management Agency, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, National Park
Service, Grain Inspection-Packers and Stockyards Admin., Court Services and Offender
Supervision Agency, Department of Justice, NASA, National Security Agency, US Customs and
Border Protection, USDA Forest Service, USDA, FBI, Employment Standards Administration,
Social Security Administration, Dept. of Defense Education Activity, US Coast Guard, Air
National Guard, Army National Guard, Department of State, IRS, Defense Intelligence Agency,
Dept. of the Army, Dept. of Navy, Dept. of the Air Force.
Merit Systems Protection Board hearings (CA, MN, AK, PA, DC, NY, UT)
EEOC hearings (VA, CA, NC, PA, DC, IL, GA, KY)
Numerous appeals to Office of Federal Operations (OFO)/EEOC, Washington, DC.
EEOC (PA, GA, FL, DE, NY, MN, NJ, MS, TX, IL, CA)
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC)
Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (PCHR)
New Jersey Division on Human Rights
Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC)
Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission (NEOC)
National Labor Relations Board (Philadelphia)
Unemployment compensation offices (PA, NJ, MS, TX)
Delaware Department of Labor - Discrimination Program
clients during the federal EEO process (both informal and formal complaint stages), before an
administrative judge in the EEOC hearing or MSPB hearing process, or before any other administrative
agencies investigating discrimination complaints nationwide. He can also represent clients at the
settlement negotiation or mediation conference at the EEOC or during the informal process in the
federal EEO process. He can file an appeal brief to Office of Federal Operations (OFO), or file
motions, response to motions to the administrative judge during the EEOC or MSPB hearing process.
Mr. Lee can represent federal employees before a board of appeals dealing with disciplinary actions
within each federal Agency or in the fact-finding conference or during the phone interview conducted by
EEO investigator during the federal EEO process. He can assist with responding to EEO
investigator's questionnaire and providing a rebuttal to the Agency decision maker's affidavits during
the Formal EEO process.
Mr. Lee holds:
MAR from Westminster Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania.
BA from Wheaton College, Illinois.
He is married with two beautiful daughters.
Mr. Lee is not an attorney but can represent clients at any state or federal administrative processes,
including EEOC hearings (www.eeoc.gov) and MSPB hearings (www.mspb.gov). Mr. Lee does not
practice law and cannot provide attorney-client protection privileges. However, as any union shop
stewards can, Mr. Lee can represent federal or private employees at any administrative proceedings
such as those referenced above. Mr. Lee cannot and does not represent clients at court proceedings
at any level - federal, state, or local.