Glen Waldman ranks highly among peers for his superb work representing clients in high-value construction and real estate disputes.
For more than 30 years, Glen H Waldman has secured multimillion-dollar verdicts and pursued claims of equal size in business, commercial, construction, land-use and probate disputes. The complexity and scope of the disputes with which he excels are usually reserved for larger firms.
His work was recently underscored by clients and peers who selected him as litigation-construction "Lawyer of the Year" in Best Lawyers 2020. He’s noted as an accomplished commercial litigator with strong experience in complex cross-border disputes. Consequently, he is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America.
In 2019, Chambers USA recognised him as a "highly competent lawyer," who "brings a unique sense of pragmatism". Most recently, Glen and his firm successfully won a trial in a protracted legal battle over a historic building in Brickell building in Miami, FL.
Additionally, Glen’s wide-ranging arbitration experience, following International Chamber of Commerce and American Association of Arbitration rules, includes numerous international awards in the multimillion-dollar range.
In 2017, Glen co-founded Waldman Barnett, PL, with litigator Eleanor Barnett, to establish a boutique firm with a focus on complex commercial litigation. The firm’s partners and associates, all with big-firm backgrounds, manage cases in the areas of real estate and development, land-use trust-and-estate contests, corporate governance and dissolution actions, copyright and trademark disputes, fraud and unlawful trade, insurance claims, construction litigation, entrepreneurial initiatives, employment litigation, and contract disputes. Waldman Barnett was also recognized as a notable firm in Chambers USA 2018.