Profile

Jeffrey E. Glen is of counsel in Anderson Kill's New York office. He has litigated in the federal and state courts for over 30 years. Previously a member of two international law firms, he has a substantial trans-national practice, while litigating extensively for both plaintiffs and defendants in areas such as securities, corporate and general contract law.

Jeff spent much of his career as a law professor at the New York, Brooklyn, and City University of New York law schools, and as the Special Assistant Corporation Counsel in charge of the Tort, Administrative Law, and Affirmative Litigation divisions of the Office of Corporation Counsel of the City of New York. He managed the medical malpractice defense of the city's Health and Hospital Corporation, and led the litigation team that defeated more than 40 actions challenging the 42nd Street Redevelopment Project (without a single loss). He serves on the Advisory Committee on Civil Practice to the Chief Administrative Judge of the State of New York.

Jeff previously serves as Anderson Kill's representative to Interleges, a consortium of law firms based in over 20 countries, where he is a member of the Executive Committee. He also served as chair of Anderson Kill's Pro Bono Committee.

Jeff is rated "AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated," the top rating, by his peers as listed in Martindale Hubbell.

Memberships

Professional Memberships
The Association of the Bar of the City of New York

Publications

WESTLAW: PRESERVING DAMAGE CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES THE TRAP OF 28 USC SECTION 1500

Thomson Reuter's WestLaw / December 18, 2020

PRESERVING DAMAGE CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES THE TRAP OF 28 USC SECTION 1500

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / April 27, 2020

CHALLENGING ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES INVOLVING WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE PROGRAMS

Risk Management Magazine / December 5, 2016

FEDERAL COURTS OPEN A WINDOW ON CUBAN ASSETS TO JUDGMENT CREDITORS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 13, 2016

NEW YORK — THE CREDITOR’S PLAYGROUND

Law360 / June 30, 2009

D&O INSURANCE — ARE YOU GETTING THE COVERAGE YOU THOUGHT YOU BOUGHT?

The John Liner Review / December 3, 2008

SHOPPING CENTER GROUND LEASES: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Construction Industry Advisor / May 8, 2007

News

Creditor Lays Claim To Manager’s Award From Coverage Suit

February 4, 2022

Anderson Kill Shareholder Jeffrey E. Glen elected to Legal Aid Society’s Board of Directors

January 24, 2022

Second Circuit: BBVA Must Disclose Cuba’s Assets Held in Any Branch Globally to Judgment Creditor

September 25, 2015

City Says Verizon Cheated on Lower Manhattan Tower Deal

January 5, 2010

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Jeffrey E. Glen

Of Counsel , New York

Profile

Jeffrey E. Glen is of counsel in Anderson Kill's New York office. He has litigated in the federal and state courts for over 30 years. Previously a member of two international law firms, he has a substantial trans-national practice, while litigating extensively for both plaintiffs and defendants in areas such as securities, corporate and general contract law.

Jeff spent much of his career as a law professor at the New York, Brooklyn, and City University of New York law schools, and as the Special Assistant Corporation Counsel in charge of the Tort, Administrative Law, and Affirmative Litigation divisions of the Office of Corporation Counsel of the City of New York. He managed the medical malpractice defense of the city's Health and Hospital Corporation, and led the litigation team that defeated more than 40 actions challenging the 42nd Street Redevelopment Project (without a single loss). He serves on the Advisory Committee on Civil Practice to the Chief Administrative Judge of the State of New York.

Jeff previously serves as Anderson Kill's representative to Interleges, a consortium of law firms based in over 20 countries, where he is a member of the Executive Committee. He also served as chair of Anderson Kill's Pro Bono Committee.

Jeff is rated "AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated," the top rating, by his peers as listed in Martindale Hubbell.

Memberships

Professional Memberships
The Association of the Bar of the City of New York

Publications

WESTLAW: PRESERVING DAMAGE CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES THE TRAP OF 28 USC SECTION 1500

Thomson Reuter's WestLaw / December 18, 2020

PRESERVING DAMAGE CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES THE TRAP OF 28 USC SECTION 1500

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / April 27, 2020

CHALLENGING ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES INVOLVING WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE PROGRAMS

Risk Management Magazine / December 5, 2016

FEDERAL COURTS OPEN A WINDOW ON CUBAN ASSETS TO JUDGMENT CREDITORS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 13, 2016

NEW YORK — THE CREDITOR’S PLAYGROUND

Law360 / June 30, 2009

D&O INSURANCE — ARE YOU GETTING THE COVERAGE YOU THOUGHT YOU BOUGHT?

The John Liner Review / December 3, 2008

SHOPPING CENTER GROUND LEASES: PITFALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Construction Industry Advisor / May 8, 2007

News

Creditor Lays Claim To Manager’s Award From Coverage Suit

February 4, 2022

Anderson Kill Shareholder Jeffrey E. Glen elected to Legal Aid Society’s Board of Directors

January 24, 2022

Second Circuit: BBVA Must Disclose Cuba’s Assets Held in Any Branch Globally to Judgment Creditor

September 25, 2015

City Says Verizon Cheated on Lower Manhattan Tower Deal

January 5, 2010

Awards & Honors
  • Martindale Hubbell: AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated
Education
  • Yale Law School, J.D.
  • Amherst College, B.A.
Bar Admissions
  • New York

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