Glenn P. Warmuth
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GLENN P. WARMUTH attended the State University of New York at Stony Brook and received a BA with honors in Sociology with a minor in Theatre. Mr. Warmuth received his JD from St. John’s University School of Law in 1999 as a Dean’s List graduate. He is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association and New York State Bar Association. Mr. Warmuth is admitted to practice in all New York State Courts, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Northern and Western Districts of New York and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Warmuth volunteers his time each year to work with elementary, middle and high school students: as co-coordinator for the Suffolk County Regional Competition of the New York State High School Mock Trial Competition, as a judge of the We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution contest and as a judge of the Western Suffolk BOCES Mock Trial Tournament. He has also served as the coach for the local middle school’s Mock Trial Team and served on the local school board (2012-2016). Mr. Warmuth also works for the New York State Unified Court System as an arbitrator in Suffolk County District Court where he decides small claims cases.

Suffolk County Bar Association
  • Board of Directors - Director (2012-2015)
  • Suffolk Academy of Law - Officer (2011-2015)
  • Creditors’ Rights Committee - Co-Chair (2016-Present)
  • Leadership Development Committee - Member (2015-Present)
  • Nominating Committee - Member (2015-Present)
  • Suffolk Academy of Law - Advisory Committee Member (2015-Present)
  • Charitable Foundation - Assistant Managing Director (2013-2015)
  • “Dog Day Afternoon” - Volunteer (2012-2015)
  • Appellate Practice Committee - Co-Chair (2010-2012)
  • Surrogates Court Committee & Commercial Law Committee (long time member)
  • Awarded on three occasions for providing pro-bono legal services as part of Bar Association’s foreclosure settlement project

Continuing Legal Education Seminars:
  • Moderator - “Unique Challenges When Perfecting Appeals to the Appellate Term” 2017
  • Coordinator & Speaker “Bankruptcy Issues for Creditors’ Attorneys” 2016
  • Speaker “Foreclosure Boot Camp” 2014
  • Speaker “Foreclosure Appeals” 2013
  • Coordinator “Basics of Appellate Practice” 2013
  • Speaker “Cloud Computing” 2013
  • Coordinator “E-Discovery - Talk the Talk and Avoid Disaster” 2012
  • Coordinator “Criminal Appeals from the District Court” 2012
  • Coordinator “Foreclosure Defense Series part 1 - Answers & Settlement Conferences” 2011
  • Coordinator “Foreclosure Defense Series part 2 - HAMP” 2011
  • Coordinator & Speaker “Appeals from the Surrogate’s Court” 2011
  • Coordinator “Practice in the Appellate Division” 2011
  • Speaker “Foreclosure Law & Procedure: Soup to Nuts” 2011

Publications:
  • “Standing after Aurora v Taylor (The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2016)
  • “Are LegalZoom and Others Like It Illegal?” (The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2015)
  • Special Section Editor for Technology (The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2015)
  • “Avvo.com Ratings” (The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2015)
  • “Practical Tips for Oral Argument” (The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2014)
  • Special Section Editor for Technology (The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2014)
  • “Adventures in 3d Printing” (The Suffolk Lawyer, February, 2014)
  • “Useful Online Commercial Law Resources” (The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2013)
  • “Emergency Applications To The Appellate Division, Second Department” (The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2013)
  • “Veterans Need Our Help” (The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2013)
  • “You Too Can Be A Power Searcher On Google” (The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2012)
  • “Is Twitter for You?” (The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2012)
  • “Predictive Coding - The New Frontier in Electronic Discovery” (The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2012)
  • “What Google’s New Privacy Policy Really Means” (The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2012)
  • “Providing Understanding at Foreclosure Settlement Conferences” (The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2010)
  • “Perils of Relying on Fair Use Exception” (The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2009)
  • “Why Video Game Laws Are Unconstitutional” (The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2009)
  • “Anonymous Bloggers, Defamation and Pre-Action Disclosure” (The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2009)

Teaching:
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Drama & Media Studies - Dowling College (2006-2015)
  • Lectured annually at Columbia University on topic of “Entertainment & Media Law” (2011-2016)
  • Lectured annually at Touro Law Center on topic of “Law Office Technology” (2012-2016)