A seasoned regulatory, trial and appellate attorney, Glenn Ivey has handled over 45 jury trials in federal and state courts. Mr. Ivey’s practice focuses on civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, Congressional and grand jury investigations, regulatory matters, crisis management counseling and internal corporate investigations.
- Harvard Law School graduate
- Former State’s Attorney (twice elected)
- Former Federal prosecutor (in Washington, DC)
- Former Democratic Counsel to U.S. Senate Whitewater Committee
- Former Chairman, Maryland Public Service Commission
A Public Servant
Twice elected State’s Attorney in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Mr. Ivey is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney in Washington, DC. In his criminal litigation practice, he has successfully represented clients involved in high-profile matters such as the U.S. Secret Service prostitution scandal, a federal fraud investigation involving environmental law violations, campaign finance irregularities in the 2010 District of Columbia elections, a CEO involved in a federal public corruption investigation in Michigan, and a company accused of mortgage and credit card fraud.
A Civil Litigator
Glenn Ivey has an active civil litigation practice as well. He recently represented a Maryland business which had been sued by a Fortune 500 hotel chain winning on a motion for summary judgment. He successfully defended a small business and its CEO against fraud and breach of contract claims. He has earned a successful result for the corporation/intervenor in the Maryland portion of a multi-million dollar, multi-state lawsuit among corporate board members. He has also successfully represented clients in lease disputes, an EEOC lawsuit and a breach of contract dispute with a breach of contract dispute with a major District of Columbia agency.
A Familiar Face
Mr. Ivey has extensive media experience and regularly provides crisis management counseling. He has appeared on national television (CNN) and radio programs (NPR), and on countless local news programs in the Washington and Baltimore media markets. He has been quoted in major newspapers, including the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times. Mr. Ivey has taught trial advocacy at Harvard Law School, and was an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland School of Law from 1996-2015, teaching courses on advanced criminal procedure, white collar criminal law, federal criminal law and Congressional investigations. He has also lectured on government and corporate ethics compliance strategies.