Research Attorney, Carl Snider, assists Watson & Associates, LLC in the practice of intricate, complex litigation, specializing in legal research and drafting to ensure that businesses have the best, most effective representation possible.
In his prior practice, Mr. Snider developed an in-depth knowledge of the commitments required to win difficult, fact-intensive cases. He has experience assisting a diverse clientele and relating legal concepts in a concise, digestible manner. He also has significant experience in dealing with large companies and negotiating with them, when possible, to achieve a fair resolution for his clients.
When the other side refused to negotiate on acceptable terms, he also effectively advocated on his clients’ behalf at administrative hearings to secure his clients’ interests. He also has experience assisting senior attorneys in appealing unfavorable decisions to appellate courts.
He is an expert in utilizing legal research tools to ensure that the most up-to-date and relevant case law is included in briefs to the Court. Using the latest research tools, he can analyze the prior decisions of the Judge specifically assigned to clients’ cases to craft the most persuasive arguments possible. With his excellent organizational and writing skills, he ensures that clients’ cases are pursued effectively and quickly. He currently focuses his practice on assisting the attorneys of Watson and Associates in federal contract litigation and bid protests before various appellate courts and litigation forums.
Mr. Snider also handles file management, supporting Mr. Watson and the firm by ensuring that all documents are properly organized and maintained in paper and electronic filing systems. He also helps prepare for trials by organizing exhibits. He gathers and analyzes statutes, prior decisions, and legal articles, codes, documents, along with facts of the case to assist the attorneys in fully analyzing the issues and determining causes of action.
University of Dallas, B.A. Economics
Washburn University School of Law, J.D., Shamberg Scholars Program
Volunteers in Local Charities
Speaker at Kansas Workers Compensation Seminar (2019)