W. Kevin Snyder is a founding partner of Lacy Snyder LLP. He focuses his practice on... more
W. Kevin Snyder is a founding partner of Lacy Snyder LLP. He focuses his practice on bankruptcy, business litigation, creditor and debtor rights, landlord-tenant rights and personal injury. Mr. Snyder served as a law clerk to the Honorable Dudley H. Bowen, Jr., Chief Judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. His legal experience varies from large c... view profile
Prior to joining Slepian, Schwartz, & Landgaard, Keri practiced real estate law for... more
Prior to joining Slepian, Schwartz, & Landgaard, Keri practiced real estate law for 8 years with a law firm in Buckhead, where her legal work focused on residential and commercial real estate closings, construction lending, foreclosures, short sales, and REO’s. She served as an advisor and legal counsel for various multi-family residential, townhome, condominium, mixed-use, retail, office, apar... view profile
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