Glenn joined Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen in 2001.  He concentrates his practice on issues related to the development of real estate with the low-income housing tax credit, the historic rehabilitation tax credit, the new markets tax credit, the tax credit for investment in alternative energy property, as well as the Illinois affordable housing tax credit.  Glenn also has significant experience in addressing issues related to the taxation of partnerships and LLCs and the taxation of not-for-profit organizations.  He represents syndicators, developers, investors and nonprofit organizations in structuring tax-advantaged transactions.

Glenn has also acted as an expert witness relating to tax credit transactions. He has represented clients in tax disputes before the IRS, the United States Tax Court and local tax authorities, with an emphasis on valuation issues.

J.D., University of Illinois College of Law, J.D. summa cum laude
B.A., Economics, University of Illinois 

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
584 T.M., Rehabilitation Tax Credit and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (co-author)