With a practice focused on complex litigation and white collar defense, Charles J. Snyder helps clients solve their most difficult problems. On the criminal side, he has won cases at trial, through motion practice, and by convincing prosecutors to dismiss or never bring criminal charges.
He has also played an integral role in complex civil litigations, successfully drafting and arguing motions in cases involving insurance and financial disputes, class actions, unfair competition, trade secrets, state antitrust, and employment.
Mr. Snyder has experience coordinating domestic and international investigations, as well as briefing civil and criminal appeals. Since 2017, he has worked as a faculty instructor at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s trial-training programs.
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, J.D., 2012
- University of Pennsylvania, B.A., English, 2007
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- Briefed and argued a Ninth Circuit appeal, resulting in a complete reversal of client’s healthcare-fraud and money-laundering convictions.
- Wrote and argued a motion that resulted in the complete dismissal of charges against a client who had initially facing charges of 21 counts of aggravated mayhem and a $150-million insurance fraud.
- Participated in a presentation that convinced federal prosecutors to voluntarily dismiss an indicted money laundering case.
- Argued motions and prepared briefs that played an integral role in securing the substantial exclusion of key Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports in a $40 million food-safety/indemnity trial.
- Litigated class actions and other civil cases that involved insurance, employment, unfair competition, trade secrets, and state antitrust laws, as well as financial and privacy regulations.
- Drafted complaints, created discovery plans, and wrote and argued motions in civil suits that involved general commercial disputes, and disagreements regarding unfair competition, securities, privacy, and civil rights.
Bar and Court Admissions:
- California, 2012
- U.S. District Courts
- Central District of California
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