Glenn’s practice covers a broad range of both corporate and personal insolvency work. Contentious work in relation to administration applications, the appointment of provisional liquidators, unlawful preferences, transactions at an undervalue, director’s misfeasance, asset recovery, declarations of beneficial interests in property, and the conduct of trustees, liquidators, receivers and administrators.
Glenn has also undertaken advisory work in relation to administrations, liquidations, voluntary arrangements and bankruptcies.
In his free time Glenn is a competitive judo player (he recently won a gold medal at the British Masters Championships 2017 in Cardiff). Glenn also enjoys Obstacle Course Racing, circuit training, skiing and generally running around after his 3 daughters.
“A methodical and clear advocate.”
Chambers UK 2020
“Very able counsel, both on his feet and on paper.” “He’s hugely intelligent and pleasant.”
Chambers UK 2017
“Particularly good on paper, his written work is drafted fully and clearly. He’s also very good on his feet when dealing with curveball questions from judges. Clients like him too as he’s down to earth and speaks the client’s language.”
Chambers UK 2016
Midland Chancery and Commercial Bar Association.
Queen’s Mother Scholar of the Middle Temple, Major Scholarship.
Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield.
Birmingham University, LLB(Hons), First Class.
Pembroke College, Oxford University, BCL (Oxon), First Class
Inns of Court School of Law, London, BVC.