Snyder, David R
Dave Snyder is a partner in Pillsbury’s Corporate & Securities practice and is located in the San Diego and London offices. He has been a practising attorney for more than 30 years, focusing on corporate finance and general corporate matters.
Snyder’s practice has involved serving as lead counsel in numerous public offerings of equity and debt securities, representing NASDAQ and New York Stock Exchange public companies in their ongoing SEC reporting obligations and handling private placement and public and private merger and acquisition transactions.
He has counselled boards and special committees of directors in contested takeovers and in stockholder litigation in California, Delaware and federal courts.
Snyder has been a frequent speaker on matters of corporate securities law and has written annual updates on federal securities law matters for The Business Lawyer from 1988 to 2006.
Snyder has served on Pillsbury’s Managing Board since 1998 and served as vice-chair of the firm from 2004–06. He is presently chair of the firm’s Business Department.
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