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Daniel D. Schudroff

Principal
New York

P 212-545-4000
F 212-972-3213
SchudroffD@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Daniel D. Schudroff is a Principal in the New York City, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice is focused on traditional labor matters, employment litigation, and counseling.

Mr. Schudroff represents clients in both federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies including the National Labor Relations Board, New York State Public Employment Relations Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New York State Division of Human Rights, New York City Commission on Human Rights, and New York State Department of Labor. Mr. Schudroff also advocates on behalf of employers at arbitration hearings and during collective bargaining negotiations. In addition, Mr. Schudroff regularly advises unionized and non-unionized clients with respect to a wide array of issues arising under the National Labor Relations Act and Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act. Mr. Schudroff also regularly counsels employers affected by the Fair Labor Standards Act, Railway Labor Act, Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, New York Labor Law, and Taylor Law.

While attending Brooklyn Law School, Mr. Schudroff was selected to the Order of the Barristers for his work with the Moot Court Honor Society. He was a finalist in the ABA National Labor and Employment Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition and received First Place in the ABA New York Regional Labor and Employment Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition. He also was a recipient of the CALI Excellence Award for the Future in both Labor Arbitration and Legal Writing. Mr. Schudroff also served as an Articles Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial, and Commercial Law.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis in 2008, Mr. Schudroff interned with the Honorable Lois Bloom, Magistrate-Judge for the Eastern District of New York, the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York and Region 2 of the National Labor Relations Board.

Honors and Recognitions

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • inMotion, Pro bono legal services (contested divorces)

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May 31, 2017
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Jackson Lewis Recommended in The Legal 500

May 31, 2017

WHITE PLAINS, NY (May 31, 2017) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce the firm and its attorneys have been recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2017 in the following practice areas falling under the Labor and Employment designation: Employee health and retirement plans,... Read More

April 28, 2017
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Jackson Lewis' Recently Elevated Attorneys Spotlighted

April 28, 2017

Jackson Lewis' recently elevated attorneys spotlighted in "Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up The Firm Ranks In Q1," published by Law360. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

January 5, 2017
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Jackson Lewis Congratulates 21 Newly Elevated Principals

January 5, 2017

January 5, 2017 (White Plains, NY) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to congratulate the firm’s 21 newly elevated Principals. “Our new Principals embody many of the important traits that help make an attorney successful at Jackson Lewis,” said Vincent A. Cino, Firm Chairman. “... Read More

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October 3, 2017

Supreme Court Hears Argument on Validity of Class Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements

October 3, 2017

The United States Supreme Court heard a one-hour consolidated oral argument in three arbitration cases involving the intersection of the National Labor Relations Act and the Federal Arbitration Act on October 2, 2017. Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, No. 16-285; National Labor Relations Board v. Murphy Oil USA, No. 16-307; Ernst & Young... Read More

September 27, 2017

Supreme Court Preview: 2017-2018 Term

September 27, 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court will begin its 2017-2018 Term with no shortage of cases significant to employers and businesses. Cases to watch involve questions about employment arbitration agreements, Dodd-Frank Act’s protections of internal whistleblowers, and state laws barring discrimination against LGBTQ people. Arbitration Agreements... Read More

April 22, 2016

Labor Department: Changes to Interpretation of Advice Exemption Apply Only to Agreements, Arrangements Entered Into After July 1

April 22, 2016

The United States Department of Labor published its final rule relating to “persuader” activity under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act on March 24, 2016. Under the DOL’s new interpretation, employers/clients as well as consultants/attorneys would be required to report to the DOL all arrangements in... Read More

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Labor Law Lessons from Our Favorite Films: Dirty Dancing (Weingarten Rights – Nobody Puts Weingarten In The Corner)
August 24, 2017

As noted in our previous post about Dirty Dancing, as part of its investigation into thefts of guests’ property, the resort owner interviewed staff dance instructor, Johnny Castle (Johnny denies involvement in the burglaries), to determine whether he had an alibi for the evening when Moe Pressman’s wallet was stolen. Read More

Labor Law Lessons from Our Favorite Films: Dirty Dancing
August 18, 2017

There are films with clear labor law undertones, such as On The Waterfront and Norma Rae. The National Labor Relations Act and its teachings, however, lurk in other pop culture examples. Thirty years ago, the romantic drama, Dirty Dancing premiered. Read More

Company’s Property Rights Can be Trumped by Safety Concerns, Federal Court Rules
October 26, 2015

Enforcing a National Labor Relations Board order, the federal appeals court in Chicago has held an employer unlawfully denied a union safety specialist access to its facility to examine the site of a fatal accident (the cause of which had not been determined) involving a bargaining unit employee. Caterpillar Inc. v. NLRB, No. Read More