Jack Schaedel is a principal in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He enjoys getting to know his clients and their businesses—how and why they were founded, and what their short-term and long-term goals are. A former business owner, he understands the challenges involved in building and sustaining a thriving business and that a stable employer-employee relationship is critical to that success.
Jack represents clients in labor and employment matters including litigation nationwide and has been advocating on behalf of employers for over 26 years. He works with clients to tailor processes to minimize litigation exposure and maximize efficiency. Jack’s primary goal is to help clients avoid litigation, but also to ensure they are better prepared to defeat lawsuits when they arise. Having handled all aspects of civil litigation and arbitration, Jack is adept at finding creative defenses and leveraging favorable facts to drive successful outcomes, whether that be dismissal at an early stage, or a reasonable settlement that allows his client to get out of the courtroom and back to business.
Although the employment landscape is continually shifting, employers can rely on Jack’s steadfast counsel on federal, state, and local laws and legislation, including those arising from the COVID-19 pandemic such as vaccine mandates, work from home issues, and related safety imperatives. His proactive communication style keeps employers informed of all major legal and business developments that can impact their workplaces.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jack Schaedel