Our attorneys have significant experience utilized across a broad range of practice areas to address your business and individual legal needs. You may learn more about them below.
Stephen R. Snyder, Partner
Steve concentrates his practice in both the transactional and litigation aspects of real estate and corporate law. He has participated in significant litigation involving ownership and riparian rights of lakefront properties and played a role in major commercial and residential real estate developments in Kosciusko and surrounding counties. He has worked with local and regional developers from the planning and zoning standpoint and in regard to choice of entities for use as development vehicles.
Randall L. Morgan, Partner
Randy represents business and individual clients in all stages of the civil litigation process, including pre-litigation counseling, arbitration, alternative dispute resolution, trial and appeal. He routinely litigates a broad range of contract, real estate, commercial and tort issues, appearing before state and federal courts and agencies. Randy further represents clients with respect to estate planning, estate and trust administration, and a wide variety of business and real estate issues and transactions.
Scott M. Federoff, Partner
Scott practices commercial real estate acquisition, development, land use, zoning and finance. He has more than 20 years of experience in zoning laws, approvals and appeals, including numerous appearances before planning commissions and zoning appeal boards. He advises clients in Indiana and across the country on all aspects of commercial real estate development, including due diligence, land assemblages, condominium formation, construction, financing and management of new and existing projects.
Jason M. Kuchmay, Partner
Jason's practice covers business litigation, real estate litigation and probate litigation. He practices in state and federal courts, and before agencies, including the United States Patent & Trademark Office, and he has substantial experience litigating riparian rights disputes before the Natural Resources Commission.
James A. Federoff, Of Counsel
James (Jim) was admitted to the bar in the State of Indiana in 1975 after serving as a sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Since then, he's been practicing law in Fort Wayne, focusing on real estate and business matters. Jim has represented real estate developers, national commercial retailers, and agricultural owners and livestock producers in local, regional and statewide projects. He was a principal author of amendments to Indiana planning and zoning laws, as well as many of the forms for residential real estate and construction in Northeast Indiana. In addition, Jim has served as a chairman, as well as an author and lecturer in numerous real estate legal education programs for lawyers, planners, and real estate professionals.
David D. Cornwell, Of Counsel
David D. Cornwell, born 1950; admitted to bar, 1976, Indiana and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
Education: Indiana University (A.B., 1972; M.B.A. in Finance, J.D., 1976). Beta Gamma Sigma. Contributing Author: "Lending Considerations & Documenting Residential Mortgages," ICLEF, 1994; "Real Estate Skills Series," 1994; "Closing Estates," ICLEF; "Planning your First Probate Administration." 1997 and 1998. Director, Fort Wayne Estate Planning Council. Law and Banking Instructor, American Institute of Banking, 1978-1986, former Vice President & General Counsel, Summcorp and Summit Bank, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1983-1992. Former General Counsel & Secretary STAR Financial Bank Fort Wayne, Indiana, 2005-2018.
Member: Allen County & Indiana State Bar Associations.
Practice Areas: Banking Law & Regulation; Business Transactions; Estate Planning; Trust; Probate; Guardianship; Tax; Employee Benefits; ERISA; Real Estate.