Schuyler Corbin is an associate in the labor & employment group. Schuyler focuses his practice on employment matters, sports & entertainment law, and negotiations.

During law school, Schuyler was the speaker chair for the Tulane Sports Law Society, the president of the Tulane Black Law Students Association, and volunteered for Over the Cap – where he analyzed and compiled data surrounding the NFL’s salary cap. Schuyler majored in business administration on a pre-law track at the University of Southern California. While in Los Angeles, Schuyler completed the USC Marshall School of Business Global Leadership Program, worked for the USC football team, and attended the Leigh Steinberg Sports Agent Academy.

A native of Austin, Texas, Schuyler spent time as a product manager for IBM after graduating from college and served as the service and scholarship chair for the USC Austin Alumni Association. Schuyler is also a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. where he mentors local high school students.

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California Weighs Making Fast Food Franchisors Liable for Employment Law Violations Affecting Employees of Franchises

If signed into law, Assembly Bill 1228 (the “Fast Food Franchisor Responsibility Act”) would add to the Labor Code Section 2810.9, making covered fast food franchisors jointly responsible (with the franchisee) for the franchisee’s violations of specified laws, rules, and regulations. For example, the franchisor would share liability for violations of the state’s Fair Employment and Housing

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Tulane University Law School, JD, 2022

Sports Law Certification

University of Southern California, BS, 2017

Business Administration

California, 2023