Eric Snider represents regional and national clients in a broad range of complex commercial and employment matters in state and federal courts and before governmental agencies. He has participated in all phases of litigation, ranging from fact and expert discovery through motion practice, trial, and appeal. He routinely advises employers on matters concerning workplace policies and claims of harassment, discrimination, wrongful discharge, failure to accommodate, retaliation, employee classification, and wage and hour violations. Eric also has considerable experience with e-discovery and has defended companies' document preservation and production practices.
Before joining Smith Moore Leatherwood, Eric practiced at an AmLaw 100 law firm where he represented pharmaceutical and consumer goods manufacturers in complex products-liability lawsuits in courts across the United States. Eric is also a Teach For America alumnus; before law school he taught high school special education at Louisburg High School in Franklin County, North Carolina.