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.
Daniel 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. Daniel also advocates on behalf of employers at arbitration hearings and during collective bargaining negotiations. In addition, Daniel 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. Daniel 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. Daniel regularly authors articles about the intersection between labor law and popular culture.
Daniel’s interest in labor law developed at age 11 when his beloved New York Yankees were unable to play in the 1994 World Series, which was canceled because of a work stoppage. Intrigued by collective bargaining from that point forward, Daniel studied at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations from which he earned a bachelor’s of science degree, with honors.