Adam Snyder advises clients on complex commercial disputes involving intellectual property, and data security and privacy, as well as white collar defense and investigations. He handles litigation in state and federal courts, and also represents clients in regulatory actions, such as those involving Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He has extensive training in business and financial services litigation, focusing on the big picture while providing impeccable attention to detail to the benefit of his clients.
Prior to joining AALRR, Mr. Snyder practiced at a national law firm in Los Angeles, where he represented several Fortune 50 banks and credit card companies.
While attending law school, Mr. Snyder interned with the Federal Reserve Bank where he regularly briefed the general counsel on a variety of legal research topics, including regulatory compliance, land use and employment law. He also interned with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, assisting with active investigations into potential securities violations.
- Defeated class certification on behalf of a major credit card company in a lawsuit alleging an unconscionable cardmember agreement.
- Defended several financial advisors against a FINRA arbitration claim that they had traded on insider information, resulting in the claimant dropping his claim.
- Successfully defended a major bank against a class action lawsuit alleging improper debt collection practices.
- Represented a financial advisor through an SEC investigation into trading practices that ended in receipt of a no-action letter.
News & Publications
- Government Watchdog Advises Division of U.S. Treasury Department Against Use of GPS Cell Phone Data Without a WarrantBusiness Law Journal, 03.01.2021
Community & Professional
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Orange County Bar Association