ENERGY CENTRE - 36TH FLOOR
1100 POYDRAS STREET
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70163
Brodie G. Glenn
Brodie Glenn joined Baldwin Haspel Burke & Mayer in the fall of 2010 after spending two summers with the firm as a law clerk. He primarily handles litigation matters involving immovable property, including condemnations, landlord/tenant disputes, environmental matters, redhibition, pipeline, and oil and gas issues. He also handles contested successions and corporate disputes and represents corporate creditors and debtors. Brodie has been recognized by Louisiana Super Lawyers for his work in general litigation.
Prior to attending law school, Brodie worked for an engineering firm that serviced the oil and gas industry, specializing in instrumentation systems, automation and process control. After several years in the oilfield, he attended Loyola University New Orleans College of Law where he assisted Professor Dian Tooley-Knoblett in drafting the Sales title of the Louisiana Civil Law Treatise. Brodie was a member of the Loyola Law Review and graduated magna cum laude as a Crowe Scholar.
Outside of the courtroom, Brodie enjoys reading, snow skiing and fishing.
Southern Food and Beverage Museum’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar: “From Patenting a Steak to Protecting the Appearance of a Restaurant: Intellectual Property Issues in the Food and Restaurant Industry” (September 14, 2012)