Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude, May 2014; Staff Member, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution
Trinity College, Bachelor of Arts, with honors, May 2009; Dean's List; George B. Cooper Prize for Excellence in History
Southern District of New York (2016)
Eastern District of New York (2016)
Third Circuit Court of Appeals (2017)
Second Circuit Court of Appeals (2018)
Northern District of Georgia (2019)
Kyle Winnick is an associate in the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. He is a litigator with significant experience in all aspects of labor and employment litigation, including both trial and appellate work.
He regularly appears in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, and National Labor Relations Board. He defends clients against claims arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the NLRA, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, and ERISA, and litigates other workplace matters, such as restrictive covenants, employment-related torts, and breaches of contract. Outside the courtroom, he provides day-to-day counseling and advice to clients about the various laws affecting the employment relationship.
Prior to joining Chamberlain, Mr. Winnick worked at two labor and employment law firms based in New York City.
- American Bar Association - Section of Labor & Employment Law
- “Navigating Customer Ratings and Employment Discrimination in Restaurants” article by Kyle Winnick in Restaurant DiveJuly 31, 2019
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 18, 2018
- The Daily Report, March 1, 2019
"Regulating Off-Duty Social Media Activity Poses Conflicting Obligations," Peter Hall and Kyle Winnick, Daily Report (March 1, 2019)
Vasquez v. Empress Ambulance Serv., Inc., And The “Cat’s Paw” Approach To Title VII Liability, Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal (December 12, 2016), https://thelejer.wordpress.com/2016/12/12/vasquez-v-empress-ambulance-serv-inc-and-the-cats-paw-approach-to-title-vii-liability/
Disparate Impact And The Strong-Basis-In-Evidence Standard, LAW360 (June 10, 2016), http://www.law360.com/employment/articles/805520/disparate-impact-and-the-strong-basis-in-evidence-standard
International Commercial Arbitration, Anticipatory Breach, and the Lex Mercatoria, 15 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 847 (2014)
- Labor & Employment Blog, May 7, 2019
- Labor & Employment Blog, February 5, 2019