A seasoned attorney with more than a decade of experience, J. Chadwick (“Chad”) Schnee started his law firm to serve clients in a wide variety of matters, including, among others, labor and employment law matters, municipal issues, Right-to-Know (open records), Sunshine Act and guardianship matters.
His successful litigation strategies have been hailed as “innovative” in the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Chad has appeared on the Megyn Kelly Show and various radio programs to discuss his work advocating for the rights of citizens and governmental transparency.
Schnee Legal Services is also an employment law firm, having represented numerous organizations and individuals in employment discrimination and unemployment compensation matters.
Attorney Schnee is based out of Lititz, Pennsylvania, but has litigated matters throughout Pennsylvania, including in Reading, Pittsburgh, Erie, Doylestown, Harrisburg, among others.
Looking for an employment law firm? Need help with open records and governmental transparency issues? Need a lawyer you can trust in Pittsburgh, Reading, Lititz or elsewhere in Pennsylvania? Contact Schnee Legal Services.
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