ATTORNEYSTimothy C. BodeMark S. BoscoMichael A. Bosco, JrLance R. BrobergPaul D. CardonDarren T. CaseDavid L. CaseJ. James ChristianTheron S. Covey, IIIDavid W. CowlesMatthew D. DaytonTina M. EzzellJames A. FassoldEdward J. FetzerWilliam H. FinneganWilliam M. FischbachRichard C. GramlichAlisa J. GrayBrett M HagerBeth A. HeathRosary A. HernandezRichard G. HimelrickNora L. JonesChristopher R. KaupPamela L. KingsleyTimothy A. La SotaWilliam E. LallyChristopher A. LaVoyTodd T. LenczyckiStephen P. LinzerAaron T. LloydMay LuLeonard J. MarkJ. Lawrence McCormleyLeonard J. McDonaldKevin P. NelsonJames P. O'SullivanRichard E. OneyDow Glenn OstlundAlexander PoulosJames W. ReynoldsMichael J. RogersDavid L. RoseRobert A. RoyalMatthew K. SchrieverKevin S. SoderstromNatalya Ter-GrigoryanMichael E. TiffanyGregory L. Wilde
LAND PLANNERSKurt A. Jones, AICPJacob E. Zonn
Having been with our firm since 1973, Glenn is the senior trial attorney. His litigation efforts focus primarily on issues involving real property, contract, commercial litigation and intellectual property rights. In addition to the preparation and presentation of cases before the Arizona Superior Courts and the United States District Courts, Glenn has argued appeals and special actions before the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Glenn makes special appearances before the state courts in other western states with respect to specific litigation matters. Prior to joining our firm, Glenn was a Deputy County Attorney with the Maricopa County Attorney's office where he handled white collar criminal prosecutions, including computer fraud matters.
PRACTICE AREASAppellate Practice
Civil and Commercial Litigation
Government Programs for Businesses
Brigham Young University, B.S., Political Science, 1968; University of Arizona, J.D., 1971.
ARTICLESPofessional Service Clients Beware!
Caveat Emptor Limiting Damage Recoveries In Malpractice Actions
Words To Keep To Shred Or Be Shredded - That Is The Question
Changing Jobs Without Getting Sued