Glenn L. Stein serves as a trusted legal advisor and counselor to clients, with a diverse corporate practice involving private equity and venture capital financing transactions, debt offerings, restructurings, M&A and joint venture transactions, IP matters, and licensing and joint development transactions. He also counsels a wide range of public and private companies on their day-to-day legal concerns, including the drafting and negotiation of operating, employment and consulting agreements; and their contractual arrangements with distributors, manufacturers, suppliers and vendors.
Glenn’s clients span a number of industries, including food and beverage, life sciences, retail & apparel and employee staffing, and include private funds as well as public and private companies at every stage of the corporate lifecycle.
Venture Capital and Emerging Growth Companies
Frequently, Glenn advises venture capital funds, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses, which rely on his practical advice regarding business formation and operational matters, employment and independent contractor issues, capital raising, debt refinancing, and protecting and licensing intellectual property.
M&A, Joint Venture and Strategic Alliance Transactions
In recent years, Glenn has advised on M&A transactions across a number of industries, including the $375 million sale of privately-held medical technology provider Small Bone Innovations to Stryker Corporation, Unilever’s sale of its Shedd’s Country Crock line of products to Hormel, and the multi-billion-dollar sale of the YES Network to 21st Century Fox. He also regularly represents clients in structuring and negotiating joint ventures and strategic alliances, including in the medical device, clothing and apparel, and food and beverage industries.
Glenn’s counsel and intimate understanding of legislative and government affairs also benefits clients. Prior to engaging in the practice of law, Glenn worked in the New York State Legislature, where he was a legislative analyst for the Senate Finance Committee, and an Assistant Legislative Director to former state Senator Serphin R. Maltese.