Glenn Hall is a corporate lawyer based in London. Glenn has acted for investment banks, corporates, financial investors and governments on a wide range of transactions including public and private M&A, IPOs, joint ventures and privatisations, as well as strategic advisory work for the Boards of various UK and international companies.
Glenn originally joined us in 1992 and became a partner in 2001. From 2002 Glenn spent five years as a resident partner in our Hong Kong office, returning to London in 2007.
Glenn left the firm in 2016 on his appointment by the Prime Minister as Special Adviser to the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. In September 2018 he returned to the firm to co-lead our UK Government Relations and Public Policy practice.
As Special Adviser, Glenn acted as Chief of Staff to the Secretary of State, advising him on strategic and policy issues across the Department's portfolio including Brexit, the future of the UK's regulatory architecture, corporate governance, consumer and insolvency reform, company law, state intervention in M&A, including the proposed new National Security and Investment regime, the formulation and implementation of the UK's Industrial Strategy, the Matthew Taylor Report on Modern Working Practices, and the full range of energy policy, including the Clean Growth Strategy, the Helm Review, the energy price cap bill and new nuclear policy.
Glenn remains a member of the Secretary of State's three think tanks on Industrial Strategy, Energy and the Future of Regulation.
We are pleased to present our international legal conference at the Rosewood Hotel in Menlo Park on Wednesday November 15, 2018..
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Businesses face risks and opportunities during the Brexit negotiations between the UK and the European Union, with some sectors more affected than others..
July 01, 2018