Dana Schwartzenfeld is an employment attorney in the Atlanta office who uses her legal experience to assist clients with their workplace matters. She has recently become very involved in COVID-19 matters, with a focus on unemployment benefits and the newly enacted CARES Act. She has been a member of the team assembling various 50-state surveys related to the rapidly-evolving employment laws resulting from COVID-19. Dana additionally represents clients in matters involving Title VII discrimination, retaliation, and harassment, wage garnishment issues, and wage and hour laws.
Dana devotes another part of her practice to compliance, including drafting severance agreements and employee handbooks.
During law school, Dana was a Notes Editor on the Managerial Board of the Georgia Law Review. Her student article was published in the 51st Volume of the Georgia Law Review.
Before joining Fisher Phillips, Dana gained experience representing employers in workers’ compensation matters and counseling clients on injury-related issues that arise in the employment arena.