Gregg H. Glickstein
Palm Beach County Business Litigation Attorney
I have been practicing business law in Florida for nearly three decades.
I am fourth-generation Floridian and third-generation member of The Florida
Bar, allowing me to become much familiarized with the courts in the area.
Professionally, I believe that there is no more serious and important relationship
than the attorney-client relationship. The trust reposed by a client upon
his or her attorney is no different than the trust reposed by a patient
upon his or her physician. Even if a legal matter requiring representation
is not a matter of life or death, every matter deserves the full attention
and competence of legal counsel.
Effective legal representation can absolutely make a difference in a client's
quality of life, peace of mind, preservation of business interests and
enforcement of contractual rights and legally enforceable obligations.
Effective legal representation is a blend of legal knowledge and skill,
good judgment and common sense.
At the outset of any prospective representation, I use my experience to
make an initial determination if I can realistically achieve a meaningful
result for the client. In a business litigation context, that question
always means cost effective results. There is no such thing, based on
my experience, as a client who doesn't care how much a business dispute
will cost to litigate, even if the prospective client says "I don't
care how much it costs." While the answer to the question, "Is
it worth it?" is subjective, it is my responsibility, as a commercial
litigator, to keep reminding the client of the question. In my experience,
the core of every successful attorney and client relationship is communication.
When you entrust a stranger, whether it is a judge or a jury, to decide
the dispute, there is always some degree of uncertainty. While a GPS can
lead you directly from point A to point B, my clients rely on my legal
directional skill to guide them away from a business dispute or guide
them through it to a swift and satisfactory conclusion.
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- Pepperdine University, School of Law, Juris Doctor (1983)
- University of North Carolina, Wilmington, B.A, Cum Laude (1980)
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