Our Case Results

Proven Security Clearance Attorneys

Throughout the years, our security clearance lawyers and paralegals have demonstrated an ability to consistently resolve our clients' legal matters and protect their security clearance. Our track record lends testimony to the fact that our legal team has the experience, skills, and determination to obtain positive results in a wide variety of security clearance cases. Should you choose to work with our firm, you can be confident that these past representative cases highlight our firm's capability to produce the results you need. Take a moment to review our past case results and feel reassurance knowing that at McCormack & McCormack, we strive to build upon this record of success.

  • DOD Contractor Employee

    DoD & Federal

    Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended the case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline B (Foreign Influence) allegations of the employee's spouse and stepson being dual citizens of Russia; that the employee's spouse owned property in Russia; and that the employee' spouse has a cousin who is a citizen and resident of Russia, and had worked for the federal service of Russia. The Law Office of McCormack & McCormack represented the employee at an administrative hearing. Result: Successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge – clearance/special access granted.
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  • DOD (Navy) Federal Employee

    DoD & Federal

    Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI)/Statement of Reasons (SOR) to revoke eligibility for security clearance, assignment to a sensitive position, and access to compartmented information (SCI), under Guideline E (Personal Conduct); Guideline F (Financial Considerations); Guideline H (Drug Involvement); Guideline J (Criminal Conduct); and Guideline K (Handling Protected Information), as a result of allegations of unprofessional, unethical and/or illegal relationships with coworkers and vendors; personal financial gain through illegal activity between a federal employee with procurement decisions and a vendor/beneficiary of those procurement decisions; willingness to acquire and distribute a controlled substance (prescription drug); communications regarding a potential fraudulent money concern; forwarding FOUO information outside government channels; appearing to be agitated during a security interview with questionable responses as to truthfulness; and allegations of creating a hostile work environment. McCormack & McCormack assisted the employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF) – employee returned to work.
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  • Navy O-1

    Active Duty

    Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline B (Foreign Influence); Guideline E (Personal Conduct); Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption); and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of pre-service allegations of (1), foreign influence due to foreign travel and related foreign contacts, and academic writings and blogging on those travels and contacts; (2), underage alcohol consumption, followed by alcohol dependency evaluation and treatment; and (3), possession of a false identification for purposes of buying alcohol. McCormack & McCormack assisted the military member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted, with conditions, by the respective division of the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF).
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  • DOD Contractor Employee – GUIDELINES E AND F DENIAL

    DoD & Federal

    Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information. Employee requested a hearing before an Administrative Judge for a decision, based upon Guideline E (Personal Conduct), allegations of violating company policy; and Guideline F (Financial Considerations), allegation of unlawful financial gain. The Law Office of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at an administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate, the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant.
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  • DOD Employee

    DoD & Federal

    DOD contracted employee, with prior revocation of security clearance under Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption) and Guideline J (Criminal Activity), as a result of 5 past convictions of driving under the influence of alcohol. McCormack & McCormack was retained to assist the employee with reapplication proceedings for a security clearance. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - clearance granted.
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  • ARMY E-7

    Military

    Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption) and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of six allegations of alcohol related incidents (public intoxication; drunkenness; driving while intoxicated; and driving while under the influence of alcohol). McCormack & McCormack assisted the military member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective division of the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF).
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