Areas of Focus
Ryan Schneider helps employers develop and implement policies to comply with federal, state and local employment laws. He draws on experience defending employers in single-plaintiff and class action employment litigation and in claims before administrative agencies to draft effective procedures, handbooks and trainings tailored to business and operational needs.
When working with employers to understand their business operations, Ryan helps them quickly identify ways to lower their administrative burden and expense of ensuring compliance across a complex network of state and local employment laws. He frequently assists in implementing policies and procedures aimed at litigation avoidance and workforce retention. Ryan contributes to proactive solutions aimed at addressing workplace conflicts as early as possible.
Ryan supports teams in defending single-plaintiff and class action employment claims and helps represent clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other state and local administrative agencies in matters concerning alleged discrimination, harassment and retaliation. He also contributes to paid sick leave and predictive scheduling law compliance audits, and counsels employers extensively on compliance with these laws.
Prior to joining Davis+Gilbert, Ryan was a labor and employment associate at Seyfarth Shaw.
Insights + Events
- Alert Illinois Paid Leave Law and Amendments to California Paid Sick Leave Law Take Effect January 1, 2024
November 1, 2023
- Alert New Jersey WARN Amendments Broaden Employer Obligations
April 18, 2023
- Alert NLRB Finds Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Clauses in Severance Agreement Unlawful
February 27, 2023
- Alert California Employers: California Privacy Rights Act in Full Force on Jan. 1, 2023
November 11, 2022
- Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University (J.D., cum laude, 2018)
- Associate Editor/Staff Member, Hofstra Law Review
- Volunteer, Unemployment Action Center
- University of Delaware (B.A., 2014)
- New York