About Charles SnydermanChuck Snyderman was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. After graduating from Villanova Law School, Chuck moved to Delaware for a 1-year judicial clerkship with the Delaware Superior Court. At the end of this clerkship, Chuck joined the Delaware Department of Justice where he was appointed a Deputy Attorney General. During his stay at the Dept of Justice,. Chuck represented the Department of Elections, The State Fire Marshal’s Office, The Department of Agriculture and the State Fire Prevention Commission. Two years later, the Attorney General appointed Chuck to be the Delaware State Securities Commissioner.
When Chuck left the Department of Justice, he joined a small law firm in Wilmington, Delaware. Then, in 1981, Chuck left to open his own law firm in the Wilmington suburbs. Today, 30 years later, Chuck still loves his job as an attorney, and he takes pride in knowing that he makes a difference in the lives of his clients.
Directory Practice Areas
- Business Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Real Estate Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|U.S. Court of Claims|
|U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware|
|Snyderman Law Firm|
|Villanova University School of Law - Villanova University||J.D.|
|Member, Delaware State Bar|
|Member, Delaware Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, American Association for Justice|
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Q: Can I sue Publish America for breach of contract?
A: I assume you are asking whether you have a valid claim for breach of contract. You will need to meet with an attorney, provide a copy of the contract for the attorney to read, and then provide the facts regarding what Publish America failed to do.
Q: If a contractual item is addressed and handled improperly, is there a statue of limitations on correcting due process?
A: You will need to provide more information in order for an attorney to answer your question.
Q: Maximum time to receive ruling on motion for summary judgment
A: More information would have been helpful. Do you have an attorney? Generally speaking, once a motion for summary judgment has been filed, briefed and argued, there is no deadline for the judge to issue a ruling on the motion.
Q: Must a guardian of property retain counsel
A: Please explain what led you to ask this question.
Q: How should I go about opening a bank account for my Delaware LLC?
A: You should be able to open a bank account in the U.S. without actually coming to the U.S. You say you do not have an ITIN. Why not? It is not difficult to obtain. You will need that so the bank can identify you. The IRS website has instructions for obtaining an ITIN.
Q: I went to a restaurant and they gave me pork and I don't eat pork. I bit into the pork now I feel sick.
A: Please state your question.
Q: How can a plaintiff file a tort lawsuit in a state they haven't lived in for over six years
A: There is no requirement that a plaintiff must ever have lived in the state where the lawsuit is filed. The key is that the defendant must either live in the state where the lawsuit is filed or submitted to that court's jurisdiction.
Q: I need to file lawsuit without a lawyers because I cannot afford one. What forms do I need to process??
A: Please describe the lawsuit you want to file.
Q: Am I required to show proof of depositing the tenants security deposit? I provided only bank name and location.
A: You are not required to show proof that the security deposit was actually deposited. Here's what the statute says: Each security deposit shall be placed by the landlord in an escrow bank account in a federally-insured banking institution with an office that accepts deposits within the State. Such account shall be designated as a security deposits account and shall not be used in the operation of any business by the landlord. The landlord shall disclose to the tenant the location of the security deposit account. The security deposit principal shall be held and administered for the benefit of the tenant, and the tenant's claim to such money shall be prior to that of any creditor of the landlord, including, but not limited to, a trustee in bankruptcy, even if such money is commingled.
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Snyderman Law Firm Website
Website: Charles Snyderman's Website Profile
Blog: Delaware Business Lawyer Blog
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