Admitted only in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania
Glenn represents institutional investors in connection with appraisal rights proceedings, securities litigation, and corporate governance actions. His practice focuses on the resolution of complex disputes arising from mergers, acquisitions, and securities fraud.
Glenn is committed to realizing each client’s distinct objectives. Careful and conscientious, he consistently seeks to develop the best possible strategy on behalf of the firm’s clients. The more difficult the matter, the more dedicated Glenn is to resolving it. As a result, he is appreciated by clients and colleagues alike for his willingness to take on and overcome even the most challenging obstacles.
He is a contributing author to the firm’s Appraisal Rights Litigation Blog, which is devoted to educating investors about how appraisal litigation can enhance their returns in M&A deals.
Prior to joining the firm, Glenn served as a corporate litigation associate at Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP in Delaware. His practice focused on corporate and business litigation before the Delaware Court of Chancery, including shareholder class and derivative actions involving breaches of fiduciary duty. He also served as a judicial law clerk to Hon. Richard G. Andrews of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.