Reginald L. Snyder , Partner
Taylor English Duma LLP
Reginald (“Reggie”) Snyder is an experienced trial lawyer at Taylor English Duma LLP whose litigation practice focuses on contract, construction, and real estate disputes, products liability, and personal injury. His 20-years of experience handling disputes in Georgia, Alabama, and Texas allows him to represent a wide range of clients and manage various litigation matters.
Mr. Snyder’s career began in Birmingham, Alabama where his litigation practice primarily involved handling contract and construction disputes, products liability, employment litigation and personal injury. In Texas, Mr. Snyder led several commercial disputes and products liability cases to succession and prepared several complex, multi-million dollar products liability cases for jury trial. He co-founded his own law firm, further growing his experience in real estate litigation, and handled products liability litigation for national insurance companies as a member of a large, Atlanta-based law firm.
Steven Barber , Partner
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Steve Barber focuses on commercial and mass tort litigation. His clients include both large and small companies in industries ranging from manufacturing to finance to high tech. He has substantial jury and bench trial experience, successfully trying contract, toxic tort, and mass tort cases throughout the country. Steve has successfully litigated a wide variety of breach of contract and commercial fraud cases with damages ranging from the low millions to hundreds of millions of dollars. He obtained dismissals of all claims against his client in the federal silica MDL, the federal welding fumes MDL, and the Texas asbestos MDL. He also serves as national trial and coordinating counsel for a Fortune 50 corporation litigating concealment, conspiracy, and other tort claims arising out of the company’s historic investigative efforts, research, and publications on various industrial chemicals. Mr. Barber is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Law School.