Glen Waldman is a seasoned lawyer who receives commendation for his work in construction and real estate disputes, as well as trademark infringement and banking cases.
During more than 30 years of litigation practice, Glen H Waldman has secured multimillion-dollar verdicts and defended equally large claims in business, commercial, construction, land-use and probate disputes.
As the Best Lawyers (2020) “Lawyer of the Year” in Miami for litigation: construction, Waldman excels at managing the complexity and scope of his cases, ones usually reserved for larger firms.
In 2019, he defended auto parts assembler Android Industries against breach-of-contract and indemnification claims arising from the large-scale safety recall of the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan that cost automaker Fiat-Chrysler $25 million. A jury in Oakland County, Michigan, agreed with Waldman that Android’s assembly process did not precipitate the recall and rendered a no-liability verdict after a five-week trial in Fiat-Chrysler’s backyard.
Recognised nine times over the past decade by Chambers USA, recent feedback identified Waldman as bringing “a unique sense of pragmatism to commercial litigation”. He is “able to find solutions that are in the interest of his client”.
Waldman also excels at arbitration, having achieved many international awards in the multimillion-dollar range in proceedings under International Chamber of Commerce and American Arbitration Association rules.
Waldman is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America.
Waldman Barnett, which he leads with Eleanor Barnett, is a boutique firm built on the experience and Big Law backgrounds of its lawyers. The team focuses on real estate and development; land-use trust and estates; corporate governance and dissolution actions; copyright and trademark infringement; fraud and unlawful trade; insurance claims; entrepreneurial initiatives; employment; and contracts.