Stuart J. Glick is a Member of the Firm’s Litigation and Creditors’ Rights/Bankruptcy Reorganization Practice Groups, and is Co-Chair of its Secured Creditor Litigation Practice Group. His practice involves complex commercial, foreclosure and bankruptcy litigation. Mr. Glick’s clients include lending consortiums, financial institutions, private equity funds, investment firms, insurance companies, retail establishments and shopping center developers. Among his areas of expertise is the representation of lenders in complex asset recovery proceedings involving participated or syndicated loans and lender liability claims. Mr. Glick also has significant experience with debt restructurings and loan portfolio sales and purchases. Having begun his career as a trial attorney with the United States Department of Justice through the Attorney General’s Honors Program, Mr. Glick has extensive jury and non-jury trial experience. Those cases involved complex tax, commercial, bankruptcy and constitutional law issues, in addition to significant claims of first impression, including a $500 million excise tax claim in the Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation bankruptcy.
Mr. Glick is frequently invited to speak on commercial, bankruptcy and antitrust litigation issues and is also a managing editor of the Firm’s publication, E-DISCOVERY: A Guide for Corporate Counsel.