Mark Snyder is Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Qualcomm.
As the worldwide head of litigation, he is responsible for management of all litigation and antitrust matters for Qualcomm and its subsidiaries. In addition to advising senior and executive management on litigation, regulatory and antitrust matters, he is responsible for development and coordination of patent policy and advocacy efforts. Mark is also a frequent speaker on the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust law.
Mark has spent more than 28 years as a business, intellectual property and litigation attorney in a number of leadership positions. He earned his engineering degree from the University of Rochester and his law and M.B.A. degrees from Boston College Law School and the Boston College Carroll School of Management. He has been a registered patent attorney since 1993, and is admitted to the bars of California, Colorado (inactive) and the District of Columbia. Prior to working at Qualcomm, Mark worked in both law firms and as in-house counsel, most recently for Kyocera Wireless Corp., where he managed the intellectual property group with responsibility for patent prosecution, licensing and litigation matters.