ALEXANDER M. GLASSMAN NAMED PARTNER AT RUDOLPH CLARKE, LLC
Founding Partner Ed Rudolph and Managing Partner Mike Clarke are pleased to announce that Alex Glassman has been named Partner at the Firm. Alex joins Ed, Mike, and Mike Barbiero, Peter Amuso and Lauren Gallagher as Partners of the Firm.
Alex, a 2012 graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law, joined the Firm in 2013. Alex concentrates his practice on municipal law, real estate, and tax assessment appeals, serving as the Solicitor for the Bucks County Board of Assessment and County Treasurers’ Association of Pennsylvania. Alex also serves as the Assistant Solicitor for Whitpain Township, Plymouth Township, Whitemarsh Township Authority, Borough of Conshohocken Zoning Hearing Board, Newtown Township Zoning Hearing Board, Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau, and Bucks County Tax Claim Bureau. Alex also represents the Firm’s School District clients in tax assessment appeals and zoning and land development.
“Alex is a tremendous asset for the Firm and our municipal clients.” Ed Rudolph commented. “He excels at all aspects of municipal law and provides the highest quality representation for all of our clients.”
“Alex works closely with me on several large and active municipalities like Plymouth, Whitpain, and the Whitemarsh Authority.” Mike Clarke added. “Large municipalities require someone who pays attention to the smallest detail but can also handle large and complex matters. Alex does that. His work with the Tax Claim Bureaus in Montgomery and Bucks Counties has been outstanding as has his work handling tax assessment appeals for our clients.”
During his time with the Firm Alex has been involved in all aspects of representation of the Firm’s municipal clients including litigation matters and the day-to-day operations of the municipalities he represents. He has successfully resolved numerous multi-million dollar assessment appeals, and guided North Penn School District through their zoning and land development of the renovation of Crawford Stadium.
Alex lives in Upper Dublin Township with his wife, Erin, and three children.