David Eric Renner
Firm:
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Phone:Array
Address: One PPG Place, 28th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Membership: Professional Associations and Activities•Allegheny County Bar Association •American Bar Association •Defense Research Institute •Order of the Barristers •Pittsburgh Human Resources Association •Pennsylvania Bar Association •Society for Human Re
University: University of Pittsburgh, B.S. in Business Administration, summa cum laude, 2008, Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2011
Admitted: 2012, Ohio - N.D. Ohio; 2013, 4th Circuit Court of Appeals; 2011, Pennsylvania; 2015, Pennsylvania - M.D. Pa.; 2011, Pennsylvania - W.D. Pa.; 2014, Pennsylvania - E.D. Pa.
Biography: David E. Renner is an Associate in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He represents and counsels employers in a wide-variety of employment matters, including anti-discrimination and equal employment opportunity policies, restrictive covenant matters, affirmative action planning, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) audits and investigations, and wage and hour audits and litigation.Mr. Renner additionally guides employers through Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) employment discrimination charges and litigation and provides counsel regarding federal, state, and local law compliance, including matters related to hiring, workplace investigations, employee discipline and discharge, policies and procedures, and wage and hour matters.Mr. Renner's experience includes management of OFCCP and federal contractor employment matters, including affirmative action planning, audits, investigations, and general counseling and compliance. He has also represented employers in discrimination matters, including multi-party charges, before the EEOC and Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC). He has significant experience litigating and counseling clients on employee/employer restrictive covenant matters, including enforcement of non-competes, post-employment solicitation of employees or customers, and confidentiality agreements.While in law school, Mr. Renner was a National Quarter Finalist (2010) at the National Trial Competition. He served in the Duquesne Law Review and received the Shalom Moot Court Award for Outstanding Trial Advocacy. Pro Bono and Community Involvement•Sarah Heinz House, Associate Board of Directors •Tri-Rivers Heritage Foundation, Co-Founder and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors Published Works• 'Pay Per Visit' and the Litigation Risk for Home Health Care Organizations, AHLA Labor & Employment Newsletter (June 2015) [Author] Speeches and Presentations•“The OFCCP & Affirmative Action Planning: What Every Employer Needs to Know,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute - Employment Law Institute - West (November 2013) (presenter)