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Need Corporate Counsel for Your Bank or Financial Institution?

Snyder Law Group represents banks and other financial institutions in a wide variety of matters including contract disputes, property disputes, and regulatory matters as well as providing guidance to bank staff on legal issues that arise in day-to-day operations. Our firm has extensive experience regarding all types of operations matters, loan documentation issues, consumer compliance and problem loan work-outs and restructurings (including refinancing, consolidation, and cross-collateralization). We facilitate real estate transactions involving our bank clients by providing support in the areas of land acquisition, property development issues, and lease negotiations. Our firm has been involved in all aspects of joint venture financing, including the formation of limited and general partnerships, as well as the drafting and negotiation of commercial, retail and office leases as well as construction and other real estate loan documentation.

Both Partners at Snyder Law Group are also approved counsel for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The FDIC is often appointed as receiver for a failed bank (of which there are, unfortunately, quite a few these days). The FDIC then attempts to sell off the failed institutions assets to pay creditors or transfer those assets to an acquiring institution. We have been appointed to represent the FDIC in matters that arise from its position as receiver. For example, if the failed bank is involved in litigation at the time the FDIC is appointed as receiver, the FDIC must be substituted into the case in lieu of the failed bank. In situations such as this, Snyder Law Group has had the pleasure of representing the FDIC as receiver of the failed institution as part of the “wrap up” of the failed bank’s business dealings. To learn more about the FDIC, visit their website at

Let us help protect the interests of your financial institution. Contact our office at (941) 747-3456, or email us by using the form on the Contact Us page for more information on our efficient and cost-effective representation. We look forward to hearing from you!


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