As Commanders owner Daniel Snyder continues to not be served a subpoena for testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Oversight & Reform, he has more than a yacht floating in international waters to potentially insulate him from a process server. He’s also got a small army of lawyers.
Bloomberg.com has taken a careful look at the legal team that is helping Snyder fend off his reckoning. The latest addition is Karen Patton Seymour. She’s the former legal chief at Goldman Sachs. She returned to the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell in 2021.
The Reed Smith firm also have four lawyers on the case, per Bloomberg.
Currently hovering over the entire situation is whether and when Snyder will appear for a deposition before the Oversight Committee. A spokesperson reiterated to Bloomberg.com that Snyder “has not refused to appear” and he “looks forward to fining a path forward.”