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Michael J. Glenn
Mr. Glenn's practice focus is litigation. The emphasis is on business-related litigation, for both plaintiffs and defendants, in the areas of banking, securities fraud, bankruptcy, corporate governance, and family law. Reported cases involving Mr. Glenn include Donovan v. Dan Murphy Foundation, 204 Cal. App. 4th 1500 (2010), Campbell v. Lauigan, 202 Cal. App. 3d 651 (1988), and Veltex Corp. v. Matin, 2010 WL 3834045.
For more than two decades, Mr. Glenn has served as a Temporary Judge with the Los Angeles County Superior Court.
A California native, Mr. Glenn's interests outside of the practice of law have included service on the Board of Directors of a major non-profit Los Angeles entertainment entity, and the publication of a number of sports-related historical research projects.
- University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, California
- University of Southern California
- B.S. - 1979
- Honors: summa cum laude
- Honors: Phi Beta Kappa alumnus
- Major: Public Administration
- California, 1979
- U.S. District Court Central District of California, 1979
- Donovan v. Dan Murphy Foundation, 204 Cal. App. 4th 1500, 2010
- Campbell v. Lauigan, 202 Cal. App. 3d 651, 1988
- Veltex Corp. v. Matin, 2010 WL 3834045
- Los Angeles County Superior Court, Temporary Judge