Dallas Principal Office
14801 Quorum Drive,
Dallas, TX 75254
9 Greenway Plaza
Houston, TX 77046
Excellence with Cost Effective Results
Mr. Glast practices in business law with an emphasis on the representation of international investors, sports law, and real estate development and investment. He was appointed by Mayor Steve Bartlett to the World Cup 1994 Strike Force Committee. He was a counsel for the World Cup Dallas, the Southwest Athletic Conference, and individual professional golfers. He has also been an active contributor to continuing legal education in Texas.
In law school, Mr. Glast was a member of the Order of the Coif and Phi Delta Phi. He received the Outstanding Teaching Quizmaster Award from The University of Texas School of Law in 1967 and 1968.
- REPRESENTATIVE ENGAGEMENTS
Quorum Development: Represented large Canadian real estate developer in acquisition of land and planning of mixed use of development which involved office, hotel, multi-family and retail.
Student Housing: Represented foreign investor in acquiring title to Dobie Dormitory at the University of Texas in Austin, the largest private student dormitory in the United States, out of bankruptcy proceeding. This representation led to the representation of a full service student housing company doing business throughout the United States.
Las Colinas Workout: Represented consortium of eleven insurance companies in regard to workout of Las Colinas project.
World Cup Dallas: Acted as counsel for World Cup Dallas in negotiating International Broadcast contract for Fair Park, worked with City of Dallas concerning all legal issues and coordination between World Cup Dallas Committee and representatives of City of Dallas at Fair Park.
Retail Office and Multi-family Project: Represented major United States and foreign investors in significant retail, office and multi-family projects throughout the United States.
- SPEECHES and PUBLICATIONS
Author, “Foreign Investment in Texas and Representing Foreign Investors,” State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course, 1980.
Author, “The Opinion of Borrower’s Counsel—A New Approach,” State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course, 1981.
Course Director, State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course, 1980.
Panelist, Real Estate Loan Documentation, Mortgage Lending Institute, The University of Texas School of Law, 1984.
Panelist, Net Profits Interests, Mortgage Lending Institute, The University of Texas School of Law, 1985.
Panelist, Real Estate Workouts and Bankruptcy, State Bar of Texas Performance Enhancement Course, 1988.
Speaker: “Real Estate Investment and Financing: Transition Strategies,” Southern Methodist University Edwin L. Cox School of Business Seminar, 1989.
Speaker: “Resolution Trust Corporation Independent Contractor Regulations,” Institute of Real Estate Management, 1990.
Author, “Opinion Letters—Drafting Approaches and Summary of Current Texas Real Estate Practice," State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Drafting Course, 1990.
Speaker: “Real Estate Investment and Financing: Emerging Opportunities,” Costa Institute of Real Estate Finance Annual Conference 1990.
Panelist: “View Points: Re-Alignment of Conferences,” Sports Synergy ’91 Seminar.
The University of Texas at Austin (B.B.A. 1965)
The University of Texas Law School (L.L.B., Hons., 1968)
State Bar of Texas (1968)
Texas Bar Foundation (Fellow)
American Bar Association
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