Patrick T. Snyder has a diverse background representing individuals and corporations in complex commercial and general civil litigation, including appeals. Mr. Snyder assists clients to develop creative, cost-effective solutions and throughout his career has counseled corporate and private individuals alike in the defense of a wide array of legal actions. He has significant experience handling all aspects of litigation, from claim inception through resolution at trial or on appeal. Mr. Snyder also has significant experience defending clients in matters involving many issues, including insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, general liability, construction defects, professional liability, environmental and mass tort, excess and umbrella coverage.
Mr. Snyder earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he was a recipient of the Hon. Joseph A. Power Scholarship, and selected as a Corboy Fellow for the Philip H. Corboy Fellowship in Trial Advocacy. In addition, Mr. Snyder worked in the Loyola Community Veterans Law Clinic as a 711 licensed student law clerk advocating on behalf of Illinois veterans. Since 2008, Mr. Snyder has served on the Board of Directors of the Burns Legacy Foundation, an Illinois 501(c)(3) funding organization providing for the needs of underprivileged children nationwide.
Areas of Practice:
- Commercial Litigation
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL, J.D. – 2019
- Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, B.A. – 2010