January 31, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 31

Glenn E. Glover

Glenn Glover has a broad practice that includes representing creditors in out-of-court workouts, bankruptcy cases, and a variety of litigation settings. Glenn also has substantial experience in representing mortgage servicers and other financial institutions in mortgage-related litigation in bankruptcy courts. He has practiced in the area of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights for over 14 years.

Glenn’s practice involves a significant amount of workouts and restructurings for banks and other financial institutions, spanning both the transactional and litigation areas of the law. He has substantial experience in real estate workouts of all sizes. Glenn is particularly familiar with important issues associated with drafting and securing favorable forbearance and modification terms for his clients with distressed loans, in addition to the numerous tools that are available for his clients’ use and advantage. On the litigation side, he follows his clients’ distressed loans into bankruptcy or litigation whenever necessary, and has taken scores of depositions and handled numerous evidentiary hearings in both federal and bankruptcy courts for his clients. Glenn has experience with a variety of creditor arrangements, from simple notes payable to syndication deals, and has the knowledge and understanding of those arrangements to position his clients for maximum recovery. He has obtained numerous successes in his practice by assisting his creditor clients in obtaining payment in full and defeating lender liability claims raised by borrowers.

Glenn also has extensive experience in representing mortgage servicing clients in litigation in bankruptcy courts. He is familiar with the numerous types of bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy claims brought against mortgage servicers in litigation, including discharge violations, violations of the automatic stay, violations of confirmation orders, and violations of numerous other bankruptcy statutes and rules. Glenn is also very knowledgeable of non-bankruptcy claims as well, including FCRA, FDCPA, RESPA, and TILA allegations. He is often able to quickly dispose of various claims brought against mortgage servicers, and has the knowledge and experience to realize when such claims have an excellent chance of early resolution.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Glenn E. Glover