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Glenn R. Reichardt

Glenn Reichardt is a litigator and advocate who has represented a wide range of clients in federal and state courts, before the U.S. Department of Justice and federal administrative agencies, and in domestic and international arbitrations and mediations.

Since joining K&L Gates more than 30 years ago, Glenn's practice has focused on government enforcement investigations, securities class action litigation, securities arbitration proceedings, antitrust litigation, internal investigations, and consumer finance issues. Glenn has represented banks, brokerage firms, mutual funds, investment advisors, portfolio managers, biotech and real estate companies, appraisal management companies, mortgage lenders and their affiliates, as well as corporate officers and other individuals in False Claims Act investigations, class action litigation, securities enforcement investigations, insider trading inquiries, SEC injunctive actions, CFPB investigations, customer arbitrations, and mediation proceedings. He has represented one of the world's largest financial services firms in class action proceedings before trial courts and appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has served as counsel to bankruptcy examiners and corporate committees responsible for reviewing shareholder derivative demands and regulatory complaints. Throughout his career, Glenn has also represented and counseled clients in other complex areas of the law, including federal and state competition laws and U.S. trade laws, and he has represented individuals and business clients in a variety of commercial litigation matters. Glenn has appeared as counsel in federal or state courts or in other legal proceedings in Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

  • Listed in Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers (2012-2017)
  • District of Columbia Bar – Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section
  • Board Member, Council for Court Excellence (Washington, D.C.) (2006-2013)
  • “The Future of U.S. Government Attacks on Insider Trading,” Global Government Solutions 2013: Annual Outlook, January 2013
  • “The Securities Enforcement Manual – Second Edition,” published by the American Bar Association Section of Business Law (co-author), October 2007
  • “‘Yield Burning’ and the Future of Debt Security Markup Disclosure,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Spring 2000
  • “SEC ALJs Resist Imposition of Stiff Sanctions on Supervisors,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Summer 1999
  • “The Banca Cremi Decision: A Refusal to Set New Regulatory Standards Through Litigation,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Winter 1998
  • “The Securities Enforcement Manual: Strategies And Tactics,” published by the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association (co-author), 1997 
  • “Supervising Personal Trading - The SEC’s Expectations,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update (co-author), Spring 1997
  • “Punitive Damages Claims: The Battle Lines Are Being Redrawn,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Winter 1996/97
  • “Securities Arbitration Claims Increase In Frequency And Size,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Spring 1994
  • “Court Orders Corporation To Divulge Privileged Attorney-Client Communications To Class Action Plaintiffs,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Summer 1993
  • “Use Of Forged Documents In Arbitration Leads To Unusual Prosecution For Mail Fraud,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Spring 1993
  • “Class Action Settlement Sums Rise,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Fall/Winter 1992 
  • “GAO Study Gives Overview Of Securities Arbitrations,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Summer 1992
  • “Delaware Federal Court Finds No Cause Of Action For Negligently Issued Press Releases,” Securities Enforcement & Litigation Update, Winter 1991
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