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Butler Snow Expands Commercial Litigation Team in Austin

Butler Snow LLP is pleased to announce that Ethan E. Glenn has joined the firm’s office in Austin, Texas. Glenn will practice with the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice group.

“Ethan’s dedication to his practice and experience in one of the country’s busiest courts makes him an outstanding addition to our Commercial Litigation team,” said Christopher R. Maddux, chair of Butler Snow. “We look forward to his contributions to the continued success of our clients and firm.”

Prior to joining Butler Snow, Glenn clerked for U.S. District Judge Alia Moses in the Western District of Texas, where he worked one of the nation’s busiest trial dockets. Prior to that, he clerked for U.S. Magistrate Judge Renee Harris Toliver in the Northern District of Texas and also served as an Assistant Attorney General for the state of Texas.

A lifelong Texan, Glenn attended Texas Tech University for his undergraduate studies and the University of Texas School of Law for his Juris Doctor. He serves as a coach and mentor for the Mock Trial team at his alma mater and is a member of the Austin Bar Association, Austin Young Lawyers Association and Federal Bar Association.

Butler Snow’s Commercial Litigation practice group possesses experience across a breadth of commercial disputes, including business and shareholder disputes, real estate and oil and gas litigation, insurance claims and coverage, director and officer liability and failed financial institution litigation, breach of contract, breach of warranty, consumer protection, unfair competition, UCC and sales litigation, administrative bid protests, RICO, securities and bankruptcy cases, as well as related class actions. Led by some of the firm’s most experienced trial lawyers, who have gained regional and national reputations for successfully handling complex commercial litigation, the well-seasoned group is prepared to handle negotiations, settlements and alternative dispute resolution to reach the best client outcomes.