Kevin Glandon represents clients in complex, high-stakes litigation, primarily as an advocate for policyholders seeking recovery. He also aids clients in responding to congressional investigations and counsels clients regarding sensitive and nuanced questions of political and election law in civil, criminal, ethics, and internal investigation matters.
Mr. Glandon’s expertise in political and election law includes the Federal Election Campaign Act, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s pay-to-play rules, Senate and House ethics rules, and numerous state and local political and election laws and regulations. Mr. Glandon has defended clients called to appear before House and Senate congressional committees or subject to investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Election Commission, and state and municipal oversight bodies. He also contributes to Covington’s political and election law blog, InsidePoliticalLaw.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin Glandon