Jeremy J. Glenn
Jeremy Glenn represents management in labor and employment litigation and counseling matters. From the ADA to the Wage and Hour Division of the DOL, Jeremy’s practice encompasses all aspects of the employer-employee relationship. Jeremy’s trial skills have been honed in federal and state courts and administrative hearings involving individual and class action wage and hour/overtime disputes, harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, non-compete agreements, OFCCP compliance and retaliatory discharge cases. Jeremy has first-chaired over a dozen labor arbitration trials and regularly advises employers on traditional labor matters such as union avoidance, elections and collective bargaining.
Jeremy received his law degree from the University of Iowa, with high honors, and served on the Executive Board for the Moot Court program. Prior to law school Jeremy graduated from Drake University where he received the outstanding business student award and serves on the National Alumni Advisory Board as a leader of the Chicago area alumni association.
Jeremy designed a proactive approach to human resources counseling to help his clients avoid litigation through effective workplace policies, procedures and training programs and these innovative ideas led to appearances on CBS' The Early Show with Bryant Gumbel and in Crain's Business Insurance Magazine. Jeremy regularly speaks and writes for national publications on employment law topics. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Age Discrimination in Employment Law treatise supplement, a member of the senior editorial board for Wage and Hour Laws: A State-by-State Survey, a chapter author for How to Take a Case Before the NLRB and chairs the ABA subcommittee on the ADEA.