Chris Glenos is a creditor's rights attorney with extensive experience in complex insolvency and bankruptcy-related litigation, and the practice group leader of Bradley’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. He routinely represents creditor clients in commercial litigation, fraudulent transfer and preference actions, contested bankruptcy matters, lender liability claims, commercial foreclosures, executions, replevin actions and prejudgment seizures. Chris has also successfully represented lender clients in numerous complex workouts and restructurings outside of court.

Chris’s recent engagements include representing a publicly-traded healthcare company in the collection of a $2.9 billion judgment against its former CEO in the wake of an accounting scandal; defense of a publicly-traded company in a fraudulent transfer lawsuit seeking over $100 million in damages related to a leveraged buyout; and defense of a bank that purchased the assets of a failed financial institution from the FDIC against litigation claims brought by the bankruptcy trustee of the failed institution's parent company seeking to avoid the transfer of $325 million in assets.