FisherBroyles welcomes Sid Steinberg and David Renner

Feb 15, 2021
  • FisherBroyles News

Experienced Employment lawyers join the Firm from Post & Schell, P.C.


(Philadelphia, February 15, 2021)—FisherBroyles, LLP is pleased to announce Sid Steinberg and David Renner have joined the Firm as partners in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh respectively.

Sid joins the Firm’s national employment practice from the Philadelphia office of Post & Schell, where he was Chair of the Employment Practice Group.  He will be joined by David Renner, who was a Principal in Post & Schell’s Pittsburgh office.

Sid has over 30 years’ experience in Labor and Employment, practicing primarily in the healthcare, education, manufacturing and retail sectors. His experience ranges from defending large wage and hour and race discrimination class actions to cutting-edge single-plaintiff discrimination claims across the country. He has also argued novel issues before appeals courts throughout the country and is presently defending multiple medical marijuana cases in both state and federal court.

From 2016-2018, Sid was Chair of the Employment and Labor Law committee of DRI.  DRI’s Employment and Labor Law committee is the largest employment law defense organization in the country.  He is also the monthly employment law columnist for The Legal Intelligencer.

David joins the Firm’s national employment practice from the Pittsburgh office of Post & Schell, where he was a member of the Labor & Employment and Wage & Hour Practice Groups.  David has a decade of experience in Labor & Employment and Wage & Hour matters across all industries, including in the retail, energy, hospitality, construction, manufacturing, oil & gas, financial services, and healthcare sectors.

David also serves on the Steering Committees for the Labor and Employment and Young Lawyers Sections of DRI.

Joel M. Ferdinand, Global General Counsel and Managing Partner of the Firm’s Litigation practice, said:

“Sid Steinberg and David Renner are gifted employment attorneys with experience in many industries and command a deep technical background to complement their widely respected legal acumen. They will both significantly contribute to FisherBroyles’ employment practice in Pennsylvania and nationwide.”

Sid Steinberg said:

“I was drawn to FisherBroyles by the depth and expertise of its partners nationwide, not just in employment law but over a broad range of business and litigation interests. It was also important the David Renner, a very talented young partner, join me so that we can provide continuity to clients in Pennsylvania and nationwide.”

David Renner said:

“I am deeply excited to join FisherBroyles. I am impressed by the depth and expertise of my new partners across all practice areas of the firm.  I am also delighted to continue to work with my mentor, Sid Steinberg, to continue our work serving our clients in Pennsylvania and across the county.”


Further information



Joel M. Ferdinand, Global General Counsel and Managing Partner of Litigation

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Direct: +1.404.973.2180



John Gill

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Direct: + 44 7860 410272

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