Nicole C. Snyder
Name: Nicole C. Snyder
Firm Name: Holland & Hart LLP
Jurisdiction: USA - Idaho
Practice Area: Labour & Employment Law

Telephone: (208) 342-5000
Fax: (208) 343-8869

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Professional Biography:

Ms. Snyder’s employment law practice extends to all matters arising from the employment relationship, including policies and procedures, discipline and termination, compliance with sexual harassment and medical leave laws, wage and hour requirements, employment agreements, and employee rights. 

She has represented clients in employment litigation in state and federal courts, as well as before the Idaho Human Rights Commission. She also has extensive experience drafting agreements and negotiating matters relating to employee non-competition covenants.

Ms. Snyder joined Holland & Hart’s Boise office in 2001. She earned her Juris Doctorate from University of Michigan Law School.

Professional Activities

Member, Idaho State Bar – Member of Governing Council for

Corporate and Securities Law Section

Member, Washington State Bar

Member, American Bar Association

Member, Idaho Human Resources Association for the Treasure Valley

Member, Idaho Women’s Business Center


University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2001)

Associate Editor, University of Michigan Law Review

University of San Diego (B.A., magna cum laude, 1997)

Firm Background

Holland & Hart is the largest and most extensive management-side labor and employment law practice located in the Rocky Mountain region. The firm has expertise in every area of labor and employment law, from human resources management issues to union activities, employee benefits to immigration related concerns. We assist our clients to institute policies and procedures designed to develop effective and productive employer-employee relationships and avoid problems before they arise. We also work in the areas of regulatory compliance, workplace safety, investigations and discipline and termination. Our attorneys are equally skilled at resolving problems, if they do occur, through alternative dispute resolution, administrative proceedings or aggressive, focused litigation.