Our Law Firm

Snider & Associates, LLC is a plaintiff and union side labor and employment law firm focusing its practice on the representation of Federal Sector employees and unions across the United States. The firm was founded by Michael J. Snider in 2005. Prior the formation of Snider & Associates, LLC, Mr. Snider had more than a decade of experience in class action litigation and federal sector employment law, eventually working as the General Counsel of AFGE Local 1923, the largest federal union in the country.

The firm has successfully litigated thousands of employment disputes across the United States, and even the world. These forums include the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on behalf of federal employees and state and local government and private employees, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), including the Federal Service Impasses Panel (FSIP), and in arbitration proceedings. The firm has also successfully litigated cases for both individuals and classes in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and other U.S. District Courts.

The firm handles both single plaintiff matters as well as class actions with tens of thousands of employees. Since its founding, the firm has recovered in excess of four hundred million dollars on behalf of employees in all types of employment disputes, including wrongful termination and other disciplinary actions, discrimination, and overtime and unpaid wage matters. These cases have come against nearly every federal agency including all cabinet level agencies.

In addition to litigation services, the firm provides counsel, trainings, and advice to federal sector unions and their bargaining unit employees on all areas of federal sector labor and employment law including labor relations.

Recognized as a leader in the industry, the firm provides personal attention and aggressive legal representation for both individual plaintiffs and classes comprised of tens thousands of employees.