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Dania L. Haider


P 404-586-1819
F 404-525-1173


Dania L. Haider is an Associate in the Atlanta, Georgia, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She represents management in employment and labor matters in state and federal court and before various government agencies.

While attending the University of North Carolina School of Law, Ms. Haider was Chief Justice of the Holderness Moot Court Bench. She was awarded Best Practical Skills Oral Advocate in the William B. Aycock Intraschool Moot Court Competition and the Gressman-Pollitt Award for Outstanding Oral Advocacy. She was also inducted into the National Order of the Barristers. 

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. Haider was an associate with another Atlanta law firm. Additionally, she was also a 2008 Teach for America Corps Member and taught fourth grade at Garden Hills Elementary School in Atlanta.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Georgia Hispanic Bar Association
  • State Bar of Georgia, Labor and Employment Section

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • Atlanta Community Food Bank, Volunteer
  • Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network, Pro Bono Attorney


Published Works

  • “Banning the Box: The Impact on an Employer’s Use of Criminal Records Information,” The Tort Report (Fall 2015) [Co-Author]
  • “Guns, Shootouts, and Liability: What’s a Shopkeeper to Do Now?”  For the Defense (February 2015) [Co-Author]
  • “Gun Laws and Workplace Violence: Challenges for Employers,” DRI’s The Voice (October 8, 2014) [Co-Author]
  • “The Importance of Full Disclosure: Harsh Lessons from the Ford Motor Cases,” The Tort Report (Spring 2014) [Author]

See AllPublications

February 20, 2018

Georgia Supreme Court Clarifies Insurance Company is Not ‘Financial Institution’ in Garnishment Law

February 20, 2018

An insurance company named as a garnishee in a garnishment action is not a “financial institution” under Georgia’s garnishment statute when the garnishment is seeking earnings owed to its current or former employees. May 2016 Amendment Apparently responding to a federal judge’s 2015 ruling that portions of Georgia’s post-judgment... Read More