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Sixteenth Annual Private Equity Forum


Speaker(s): Amanda N. Persaud, Bruce L. Lieb, David S. Allinson, Elizabeth Lenas, Glenn R. Sarno, Heather S. Cruz, Jonathan Kaufman, Kenneth I. Rosh, Laura S. Friedrich, Majid S. Mahmood, Marc Wyatt, Marco V. Masotti, Michael Davis, Mustufa Salehbhai, Phyllis Schwartz, Rebecca F. Silberstein, Ross A. Oliver
Recorded on: Jul. 1, 2015
PLI Program #: 57120

Majid S. Mahmood

Majid Mahmood, an examiner in the SEC’s New York Regional Office Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program, has worked at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission since 2008. During his tenure at the SEC, Majid has led complex examinations of investment advisers, including both private equity and hedge fund firms, as well as investment companies to ensure compliance with specific federal securities laws such as the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and the Investment Company Act of 1940. Majid co-leads the National Exam Program’s Private Funds Specialized Working Group. Majid also participates regularly in industry panels that primarily focus on the regulation of private fund advisers. He currently holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation. Majid received his M.B.A. in Finance from the State University of New York at New Paltz. He also earned his B.S. in Finance and Business Management from the State University of New York at New Paltz.


Bruce L. Lieb is Managing Partner of Proskauer Rose LLP and a member of Proskauer’s private equity group.  Mr. Lieb formerly served as co-Chair of Proskauer’s Corporate Department and as a member of Proskauer’s seven-person Executive Committee.  Mr. Lieb concentrates his practice on private equity transactions, including the formation of private investment funds, institutional investments and mergers and acquisitions.  He represents sponsors of, investors in and placement agents for buyout funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds, infrastructure funds, funds of funds and hedge funds.

Memberships

Private Investment Fund Forum

Awards & Recognition

Best Lawyers "New York City Corporate Lawyer of the Year" 2013

Lawdragon "500 Leading Lawyers in America" 2007

Lawdragon "3000 Leading Lawyers in America" 2010

Best Lawyers in America 2007-2017

The International Who's Who of Private Funds Lawyers 2011-2014

US Legal 500: Investment Fund Formation & Management 2007-2010

US Legal 500: Mergers & Acquisitions: Private Equity Buyouts 2007

New York Super Lawyers 2010-2016

Related Practices

Private Investment Funds

Private Equity

Financial Services

Mergers & Acquisitions

Finance

Education

New York University School of Law, J.D., 1979
cum laude
Order of the Coif


Elizabeth Lenas’s practice focuses on forming and advising private investment funds, including private equity funds, growth funds, credit funds, co-investment funds and other alternative asset investment vehicles, on fund formation, co-investments, spin-offs, joint ventures, shareholding arrangements, managed accounts and other transactions.

She regularly counsels private investment firms, including TPG, KKR, The Raine Group and Hillhouse Capital, in their fund formation activities. In addition, she has acted as counsel on consortium and co- invest arrangements in numerous large acquisitions. Liza’s practice also includes representing certain limited partners in connection with their investment funds.

SELECTED ACTIVITIES

— Member, Private Investment Fund Forum

— Member, Committee on Private Investment Funds, Bar Association of the City of New York, 2011-2013

EVENTS

Regularly speaks on private investment related topics, including at the IBA/ABA International

Conference on Investment Funds, the Practicing Law Institute, the Bar Association of the City of New

York and the Maples Investment Funds Forum.

AREAS OF EXPERIENCE

United States

Private Equity

Private Funds

HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS

Chambers Global
Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation: United States

Chambers USA
Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation

Who's Who Legal Private Funds
Formation

IFLR1000
Investment Funds; Private Equity: Transactions

The Legal 500 U.S.
Private Equity Funds

Twice shortlisted for the Euromoney Legal Media Group Americas Women in Business Law award as “Best in Private Equity”

EDUCATION

Columbia Law School
J.D
James Kent Scholar

New York University
B.A
University Scholar

BAR ADMISSIONS

New York


Heather Cruz represents investment advisers and investment banks in connection with the structuring and distribution of U.S. and international private investment products, including private equity funds, multi- and single-strategy hedge funds, real estate funds, infrastructure funds, credit and distressed debt funds, as well as fund of funds. She also advises clients on the establishment, operation and sale of investment adviser and broker-dealer businesses.

With respect to private investment funds, Ms. Cruz advises clients on a broad spectrum of legal issues and considerations relating to the establishment and operation of private investment funds marketed and operated on a global basis. She also represents institutional investors seeking to invest in private investment funds and in investment advisers.

In addition, Ms. Cruz has extensive experience providing regulatory advice to broker-dealers and investment advisers, including regarding compliance with various aspects of the Dodd-Frank Act, with a particular focus on the Volcker Rule. She also advises on a range of issues relating to U.S. Investment Advisers Act, the U.S. Investment Company Act, and the rules and regulations of FINRA.

Ms. Cruz has repeatedly been selected for inclusion in Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. She also was named in Expert Guides – The World’s Leading Lawyers Chosen By Their Peers, The Best Lawyers in America and as a worldwide leading lawyer in Euromoney Institutional Investor’s 2015 Banking Finance and Transactional Expert Guide.

Ms. Cruz received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and her M.B.A. from NYU Leonard Stern School of Business. She also holds a B.S. from University of Southern California. Ms. Cruz is member of the Private Investment Funds Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.


Kenneth I. Rosh is a corporate partner resident in Fried Frank's New York office and head of the Firm’s Private Equity Funds Group. Mr. Rosh joined Fried Frank in 1988 and became a partner in 1996.

Mr. Rosh represents clients in a broad range of corporate and securities transactions, with a focus on private equity fund formation counseling, investments, acquisitions and secondary transactions; securities and capital markets; and general corporate matters. Mr. Rosh has represented major private equity fund sponsors for almost 30 years. A partial list of his clients includes Bain Capital; Goldman Sachs; HPS (formerly Highbridge); Permira; Fortress; BlackRock; Brookfield Asset Management; JP Morgan Asset Management; Morgan Stanley; AllianceBernstein; StepStone; Televisa; and Coach.

He is consistently recognized as a leading individual in Private Equity Funds by Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Legal 500 in Investment Fund Formation and Management: Private Equity Funds and most recently was a recipient of Law360's Asset Management MVP award. Mr. Rosh is a member of the Private Investment Funds Forum, the Private Investment Funds Committee of the New York City Bar Association and the American Bar Association Committee on Private Investment Funds.

Mr. Rosh also serves on the Board of Advisors of the Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business and the Tufts University School of Arts & Sciences. Mr. Rosh serves on the executive board of DREAM, a nonprofit youth development and educational program serving over 2,000 youth in East Harlem, including serving for eight years as Board Chairman, and is a past recipient of the Legal Aid Society's Pro Bono Publico Award.

Mr. Rosh received his JD in 1988 from the Boston University School of Law, where he was a G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar and editor-in-chief of the Annual Review of Banking Law, and his BA in 1985 from Tufts University. He is admitted to the bar in New York.


Marc Wyatt was named Director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) and its National Exam Program in November 2015. Marc joined the SEC in 2012 as a senior specialized examiner, focusing on hedge funds and private equity, and was the national co-chair of OCIE’s Private Fund Specialized Working Group.  Marc participated in the creation of the Private Fund Examination Unit in OCIE and served as co-head.  In October 2014, he was named OCIE’s Deputy Director, leading the office’s Technology Controls Program.  Marc began serving as OCIE’s Acting Director in April 2015 before being named the Director.

Before coming to the SEC, Marc was a principal and senior portfolio manager of a global multi-strategy hedge fund.  Prior to that, he was a senior investment banker in the U.S. and U.K. 

Marc is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a B.S. in economics from the University of Delaware and M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.


Mr. Allinson is the global Co-chair of the firm's Mergers & Acquisitions Practice and the former Co-chair of the Private Equity Practice Group and the New York Corporate Department.

Profile

Mr. Allinson has broad mergers and acquisitions experience, encompassing both public and private acquisitions, dispositions, carve-outs, tender offers, going-private transactions, co-investments, joint ventures and general corporate matters, including corporate governance and takeover defense.

Mr. Allinson primarily focuses his practice on the representation of private equity firms, including ArcLight Capital Partners, The Blackstone Group, Blue Road Capital, Carlyle Power Partners, Columbus Nova Partners, Consonance Capital Partners, Irving Place Capital, One Equity Partners, Ospraie Special Opportunities Group, Panda Power Funds and Rhône Capital.

Experience

Mr. Allinson's private equity experience includes the representation of:

ArcLight Capital Partners in a number of transactions, including its US$2.1 billion acquisition with the Blackstone Energy Group of four power plants from American Electric Power, its acquisition of Associated Asphalt and Axeon Marketing, its acquisition of pipeline interests from BP, its acquisition of Hovensa’s terminal facilities, its acquisition of Leeward Renewable Energy and its acquisition of the New England hydroelectric power portfolio of TransCanada, consisting of 13 facilities.

Blue Road Capital in its acquisition of Diamond of California from Snyder’s-Lance

Carlyle Power Partners and Cogentrix Energy, Inc. in a number of transactions, including the acquisition of Rhode Island State Energy Center, the carve-out sale of 14 Cogentrix Energy power projects to Energy Investors Funds and the sale of Cogentrix Energy’s North American power generation assets and power projects development platform to Carlyle Infrastructure Partners

Shamrock Capital Advisors in its acquisition of Consolis, Inc. and Huron Legal

The Blackstone Group in its US $1.5 billion investment in Cheniere Energy

Dubai International Capital in its sale of MAUSER Group to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice for US$1.7 billion

Consonance Capital Partners in a number of transactions, including its acquisition of Bako Integrated Physician Services, its acquisition of Enclara Health,its acquisition of APS Healthcare, its acquisition of The Keystone Peer Review Organization and its acquisition of excelleRx and PBH Holding 

ING U.S. in its sale of private equity limited partnership investment interests to Pomona Capital

Ospraie Special Opportunities Group in a number of transactions, including the creation of the Fermaca Global joint venture, Fermaca Global’s acquisition of Mexican pipeline assets, Fermaca Global’s development of the Chihuahua Pipeline and the sale of pipeline assets to Partners Group

US Power Generating Company in its sale to Tenaska Capital Management


Mr. Davis is a member of Davis Polk’s M&A Department. He advises U.S. and international corporate and private equity clients on a full range of transactions, both domestic and cross-border, including mergers, acquisitions, investments, joint ventures and collaborations, spinoffs and restructurings, special committee representations and defensive and corporate governance advice.  Recent representations include:

Lightyear Capital on various matters including its pending sale of RidgeWorth to Virtus, its sale of Clarion Partners to Legg Mason, its investment in Wealth Enhancement Group, its investment in Pathlight Capital, and on the sale of Swett & Craword by its portfolio company, Cooper Gay Swett & Crawford, to BB&T Metalmark Capital on various matters including its investment in Kissner and Worldstrides and Kissner on its acquisition of Central Salt Crestview on various matters including its investment in Arxis Capital and on its sale of Key Safety Systems Anacor on its sale to Pfizer Biotie on its sale to Acorda Prosensa on its sale to BioMarin Baker Hughes on its proposed combination with GE’s Oil & Gas business Warner Chilcott on its merger with Actavis Heinz on its sale to 3G Capital and Berkshire Hathaway Bertelsmann on the formation of Penguin Random House.

Michael is currently based in Davis Polk’s New York office.  He worked at Davis Polk’s London office from 2003-2004.  Michael is recognized in several legal industry publications, including: Chambers USA: Corporate/M&A, IFLR1000 and The Legal 500.  He speaks regularly as a panelist on a variety of topics, including most recently at the Japan Society’s seminar on Activism, Independence, Stewardship – Current Trends in U.S. and Japanese Corporate Governance, The Trout Group’s Private Company Showcase, and the 9th Annual Wall Street Unplugged seminar for life science companies.


Amanda N. Persaud is a Partner at Ropes & Gray. Her practice focuses on the organization, fund raising and operation of private investment funds, including private equity funds, real estate funds, hedge funds, credit funds and other asset classes such as special situations, secondary and hybrid funds.

Ms. Persaud has led numerous fund raises for prominent U.S. and international sponsors.  She has significant experience advising sponsors in structuring and reorganizing private investment funds as well as advising sponsors with their internal governance and economic arrangements.  Ms. Persaud regularly advises on strategic investments in, and sales of, alternative asset management businesses, including purchasing minority stakes in asset managers.

Ms. Persaud is listed as a leading private funds lawyer in The Legal 500 U.S, Law Business Research’s International Who’s Who of Private Funds Lawyers and Who’s Who of Business Lawyers and Legal Media Group’s Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Banking Finance and Transactional Lawyers and Expert Guide to Women in Business and The Legal 500 U.S.

Ms. Persaud has written numerous publications and speaks regularly at industry and professional conferences on a wide-range of topics affecting private investment funds.


Laura S. Friedrich is a partner and global head of Shearman & Sterling’s Investment Funds Group, with a concentration in private fund formation, structuring and compliance matters.  Ms. Friedrich has extensive experience working with U.S. and international private equity, venture capital and hedge funds and their sponsors, with investments in the United States, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Africa, India, the Middle East and Asia. She has represented sponsors in a variety of asset categories, including buy-out, real estate, fund of fund, debt, energy, infrastructure, transportation and media. Ms. Friedrich also advises investors on the purchase of interests in private funds, and sponsors on the structuring and documentation of their management company arrangements.  She is based in New York.

Ms. Friedrich graduated from the University of California, Berkeley (magna cum laude) in 1993 with honors in Economics, and from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1996.  She served as an Executive Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review

Ms. Friedrich currently serves as Vice Chair of the Emerging Markets Private Equity Association’s Legal & Regulatory Council, and is a member of the Private Investment Funds Forum.


Rebecca Silberstein is Co-Head of the firm’s Private Equity Group and has built a leading fund formation practice over her 25 years at the firm. She focuses on advising private equity firms and financial sponsors of private investment funds, including global private equity, leveraged buyout, energy and infrastructure, banking and financial services, mezzanine, credit and distressed debt funds, as well as bespoke funds and separate accounts. She also advises on carry plans, employee investment programs and acquisitions and dispositions of interests in private equity firms, as well as joint ventures and strategic partnerships, management team spin-outs and the establishment of new private equity firms. Ms. Silberstein’s clients include Allianz, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Credit Suisse, Global Infrastructure Partners, Kelso & Company, KKR, Morgan Stanley, Odyssey Investment Partners, One Rock Capital, Stone Point Capital and WeWork.

Ms. Silberstein was named to The American Lawyer’s “45 Under 45” list of the top women lawyers, where she is applauded for building a high-profile practice with “a unique mix of tenacity and grace.” Ms. Silberstein is ranked in the top band for private equity fund formation by Chambers USA, where she is described by sources as “a fount of knowledge,” and “a market leader.” She is recognized as a leading lawyer in Chambers Global (2019), and in previous editions of the guide, sources say she “always understands the issues, is very commercial in her approach and understands our business and sensitivities well.”

Ms. Silberstein is the New York City Bar Association’s 2018-2021 Chair of the Private Investment Funds Committee and has been a leader of the International Bar Association’s Investment Funds Committee for over a decade, serving as 2017-2018 Co-Chair of the Committee. She was the 2014 Chair and is a leading member of the Private Investment Funds Forum and is an Advisory Board Member of the Private Equity CFO Association. Ms. Silberstein is also a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences. She is on the Organizing Committee of the IBA’s Private Investment Funds Conference and is Chair of the 2019 IBA Annual Conference on the Globalisation of Investment Funds.

Ms. Silberstein joined Debevoise in 1993 and became a partner in 2001. She received her B.A. magna cum laude from Yeshiva University in 1990 and her J.D. summa cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1993, where she was a Supervising Editor of the Law Review.


Ross Oliver is the General Counsel of Crestview Partners and is responsible for the firm’s legal and compliance functions. He has over 20 years of experience in private equity, mergers and acquisitions and tax as both a lawyer and a CPA.  Mr. Oliver joined Crestview in 2011 from Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP where he was a member of the investment management and capital markets groups and served as outside counsel to Crestview.  Previously, Mr. Oliver clerked for federal district Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga and was a senior manager in the mergers and acquisitions group at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.  Mr. Oliver received a J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of California, Hastings, M.S. in taxation from American University and B.B.A., summa cum laude, from Eastern Michigan University.  Mr. Oliver serves on the board of directors of the American Investment Council, an advocacy and resource organization for the private investment industry.  He is admitted to the bar of New York and is a member of the New York City Bar Association.


Marco V. Masotti is a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. For over two decades, Marco has led and built the firm’s private funds group into one of the elite practices in the marketplace. He has also served as a member of the firm’s Management Committee. Marco’s clients include a “who’s who” of alternative asset managers, including Apollo, Avenue, Blackstone/GSO, General Atlantic, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., KPS, Oak Hill, Reservoir, Roark, Silver Point and Värde. He also counsels many founders and partners of private equity and hedge fund businesses on their strategic initiatives. Marco represented former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in connection with his joining a major private equity firm.

Over his career, he has assisted with numerous multi-billion dollar fundraises and last year led Apollo’s record-breaking fundraise of $24.7 billion for its flagship buyout fund. Ranked Band 1 in Chambers, Marco is described as a “spectacular private funds practitioner who brings deep industry insight to the mega capital-raising mandates” and clients “trust his judgment completely.” In 2016, he was named one of four lawyers in the nation as an Asset Management MVP by Law360. Marco has been featured by The Deal as one of the ‘Movers & Shakers’ in the industry named by Crain’s New York Business to its annual “40 Under 40” list, and profiled by the New York Observer as one of New York’s top corporate lawyers. Private Equity International named Marco one of “The 100 Most Influential of the Decade.”

Marco was awarded a Fulbright Placement Award upon graduating from the University of Natal Faculty of Law.

EDUCATION

  • LL.M., University of Virginia School of Law, 1992
  • LL.B., University of Natal Faculty of Law, 1991 cum laude
  • B.A., University of Natal, 1988

CLERKSHIP

  • Hon. Albie Sachs, Constitutional Court of South Africa


Mr. Jonathan Kaufman is a Managing Director at The Blackstone Group, Private Equity Group.  Mr. Kaufman leads the private equity group's global debt capital markets activities and also works across Blackstone’s investment and advisory businesses on credit and equity-related matters.  Mr. Kaufman joined The Blackstone Group LP in 2007 and served as its Vice President of Restructuring and Reorganization, where he advised a number of companies and lenders in their chapter ... 11 proceedings, out-of-court restructurings and special situation investments.  He was previously a Principal at the firm with its private equity group.  Mr. Kaufman served as a Manager of Mergers and Acquisition at Platinum Equity, where he evaluated and executed private equity investments in a wide range of industries.  He was an Analyst at Triene.  Mr. Kaufman has also advised an automotive company in managing its exposure to post-retirement employee benefits through the use of a VEBA trust and advised companies in the commercial real estate industry.  Mr. Kaufman received an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business, where he graduated with high honors and a B.A. in History from Amherst College, where he graduated magna cum laude.


Mustufa Salehbhai is Head of Legal for Merchant Banking & Real Estate Investing - Americas. He is responsible for legal coverage and management of outside counsel engagements for Morgan Stanley’s Merchant Banking & Real Estate Investing business in the Americas and serves as the Secretary for a number of its private equity real estate funds.  Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 2006, Mustufa practiced in the venture capital and private equity group at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, CA and then at King & Spalding in Atlanta, GA. Mustufa served as a law clerk to the Honorable Frank M. Hull on the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. Mustufa graduated with Honors from the University of Virginia and received his JD from Stanford Law School.


Phyllis Schwartz is a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel, where she focuses her practice on the structuring, formation and operation of private equity funds, including buyout funds, venture capital funds, mezzanine funds, distressed funds and real estate funds. She represents both fund sponsors and investors in her practice. In addition to assisting fund sponsors with their internal management arrangements, succession planning and the creation of internal investment and co-investment vehicles, she has extensive experience with institutional investors and regularly advises clients on market terms of investment funds. Phyllis also advises private equity funds in connection with their investments in, and disposition of, portfolio companies and the establishment of capital call credit lines. 

Phyllis is recognized as a leading practitioner in her field by numerous independent publications, including The Legal 500 United States, The Best Lawyers in America, Who’s Who Legal: The International Who’s Who of Private Funds Lawyers, New York Super Lawyers, Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Banking, Finance and Transactional Law Lawyers (Investment Funds, Private Equity) and Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Women in Business Law (Investment Funds). A member of New York’s Private Investment Fund Forum, Phyllis frequently shares her insights on effective fund formation strategies at industry conferences and seminars. She recently discussed legal developments affecting employers, issues related to fund restructuring, regulatory and compliance concerns for co-investments, and other ethics issues for private equity fund managers. Phyllis is also the co-author of Private Equity Funds: Formation and Operation (Practising Law Institute), which is considered the leading treatise on the subject, and she contributed to Fund Formation and Incentives Report (SRZ in association with Private Equity International) as well as a chapter on “Advisers to Private Equity Funds — Practical Compliance Considerations” to Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Funds Regulation, Volume 2 (Practising Law Institute). She was recently featured in Private Funds Management’s spotlight article “Ringing the Changes.” Phyllis received her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law and her A.B. from Smith College.


Glenn practices in the Corporate Department of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, focusing on private investment funds and other facets of “alternative asset management.” He has represented some of the largest and most well-known private fund sponsors on a global basis, in many different asset categories, including traditional private equity, real estate, energy, infrastructure, debt, RMBS, CMBS, CDOs, food and agriculture, healthcare, education, manager stakes, seed capital, co-investment and secondaries.

Glenn also has extensive experience with fund-of-funds, feeder funds, separately managed accounts, employee securities companies, minority stake investments in firms, and listed fund products. He has represented numerous hedge fund sponsors as well. Glenn has represented sponsors in global “house-team” arrangements and has also worked on minority stake sales, “spin-outs” of private equity and hedge fund businesses and the creation and expansion of numerous boutique firms as well as the creation of alternatives platforms within larger institutions.

Glenn practiced in the Firm’s London office for two years, where he lead international fund formation matters, including country-focused funds investing in Italy, Eastern Europe, Russia and Hungary as well as those with a pan-European or Asian regional focus.

Glenn served for three years as the Chair of the New York City Bar Association Committee on Private Investment Funds, a 43-member committee comprised of leading in-house and external counsel practicing in the alternatives industry. He is also a member of the Private Investment Fund Forum, a group comprising New York City attorneys practicing extensively in the private funds area.  Glenn serves as a member of the Corporate and M&A Advisory Boards of Practical Law, a service of Thomson Reuters, and was for several years a member of the Advisory Board of the Private Equity CFO Association. He has lectured extensively and published on alternative asset management topics in the United States and abroad.

Glenn is listed as a leading lawyer in Chambers’ Global and USA Guides to the World’s Leading Business Lawyers, The International Who’s Who of Private Fund Lawyers and other similar publications.

Glenn received his B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Connecticut in 1989, where he was a University Scholar and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He received his J.D., with honors, from the Duke University School of Law in 1992, where he was the winner of the Hardt Cup moot court competition and the Best Judge award in the Dean’s Cup competition. Prior to joining Simpson Thacher in 1993, Glenn clerked for the Senior Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey.