Glenn S. Wainer graduated from St. Johns University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and later attended the Northern Virginia Law School where he obtained a Juris Doctorate Degree and received a Hornbook award for scholastic outstanding abilities. Mr. Wainer has been a practicing attorney in Virginia for over eighteen years and has a general practice.
Mr. Wainer grew up in Long Island, New York, and as a young man was influenced and guided by his father who had served in the military and was a lawyer and acting judge in the incorporated Village of Northport, New York. Mr. Wainer began working for his father’s legal practice at the age of 17 and learned the importance of loyalty, respect, service, diligence, confidentiality, hard work, perseverance and commitment, which are factors reflected in his present relationship with his clients.
Mr. Wainer is committed to his clients and his clients’ families’ possible life-changing consequences and truly understands the importance of appropriate legal representation and decisions and what is in the clients’ best interest.
Mr. Wainer has tried many cases, both civil and criminal cases and wrongful death cases and one of his cases has been written up in the Virginia Lawyers Weekly.
Mr. Wainer has extensive experience in civil and criminal matters, white collar crime, sexual abuse issues, child abuse, mediation, divorce, child custody, child support, DWI, speeding, reckless driving, all traffic matters, corporate litigation, drafting of business agreements and contracts, business sale settlements, immigration matters, personal injury, car
accidents, bankruptcies, civil and criminal suits.
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Mr. Wainer is a member of the Virginia State Bar and a member of the Fairfax Bar Association.
Mr. Wainer is admitted to practice in all Courts of Virginia such as:
- The Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Virginia,
- The Eastern and Western District Federal Courts of Virginia,
- The Eastern and Western Bankruptcy Court of Virginia,
- The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals,
- The U.S. Court of Federal Claims,
- The U.S. Army Court of Military Review
- The U.S. Air Force Court of Military Review
- The U.S. Court of Military Appeals
- The U.S. Navy Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals
- The U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals.
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