CONTACT

+1.571.323.5145 | direct
+1.703.439.2658 | fax
glenn.snyder@snyderllp.com

EDUCATION

•The American University,
J.D., 1994
•University of Maryland, B.S.
Electrical Engineering, 1985

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

•Harrity Snyder, LLP
•McDermott, Will & Emery
•Lowe, Price, LeBlanc &
Becker
•U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

•Vitro Corporation
•Potomac Electric Power
Company
•Sverdrup Corporation

ADMISSIONS

•Maryland Bar
•U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
• Maryland Professional Engineer

AFFILIATIONS

•American Bar Association
•Maryland Bar Association

GLENN SNYDER

Before joining Snyder, Clark, Lesch & Chung, LLP, Glenn Snyder founded Harrity Snyder, LLP. There, he gained extensive experience managing large patent portfolios for Fortune 100 companies.

Glenn's practice includes patent preparation and prosecution, opinion work, and client counseling. Mr. Snyder's practice covers a variety of electrical and electromechanical technology areas, such as computer-networking, telecommunications, optics, computer hardware and software, semiconductor processing and Internet-related technologies. In addition to patent preparation and prosecution experience, Mr. Snyder also has experience in meeting with large groups of inventors to identify patentable subject matter.

Glenn previously worked as an associate at the law firms of Lowe, Price, LeBlanc & Becker and McDermott, Will & Emery. While there, he counseled both domestic and foreign clients on a wide variety of patent matters.

Glenn is also former Patent Examiner with over four years of experience at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. At the Patent Office, he examined patent applications in the areas of computer hardware, software and telecommunications.

Prior to working at the Patent Office, Glenn acquired extensive engineering experience. He worked as an electrical engineer at Vitro Corporation involved in the design of hardware/software interfaces for radar and missile systems. He also worked for Potomac Electric Power Company where he designed computer-controlled hardware to monitor and control power generation and distribution equipment. In addition, Mr. Snyder worked as a telecommunications and electrical design engineer for Sverdrup Corporation where he oversaw the integration of electrical, telecommunications, and computer systems in buildings.