Spotlight on Daniel Glass
November 30, 2018
Dan Glass joined Eckert Seamans’ Washington, D.C. office in 2008. He grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and continues to be a diehard Philadelphia sports fan (“Go Eagles!!!”). Dan and his wife Angela recently purchased a home about five miles outside of D.C. in Arlington, Virginia. They share their home with a 5-year-old Boxer named Rocco.
Dan represents companies in complex commercial litigation involving matters including franchise and licensing, real estate, lender liability, unfair and deceptive business practices, tortious interference, bankruptcy, unlawful disclosure of trade secrets, and insurance coverage in state courts, federal courts, and alternate dispute resolution. In addition to his commercial practice, Dan defends individuals, companies, and insureds in the defense of products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, and other tort claims. Throughout the years, he has expanded his practice to include real estate, employment, franchise, and general business counseling. Dan’s background in litigation allows him the proper context to foresee potentially devastating or costly problems before they arise. He has also represented politicians and political bodies in the defense of various election law claims brought by individual citizens in federal and state courts.
What do you enjoy most about your practice?
I have an exceptionally varied practice. Working across a number of different practice areas I never get bored.
What is your favorite place?
I went to college at Tulane University in New Orleans and try to go back as often as possible. There’s just something about that City. The food. The Music. The Weather. I can’t stop smiling the second I get off the plane.
What is something people would be surprised to learn about you?
I played basketball with and was friends with Kobe Bryant in high school.
What’s the last TV show you binge-watched?
I am a sucker for sitcoms: How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, The Office, and even old Seinfeld episodes.