H. Glenn Alberich, Esq.
Work for Clients
Mr. Alberich has represented clients located in New England and various states throughout the United States that range from large, publicly traded corporations to start-up entities in litigation, arbitration, mediation, and transactional work. His areas of concentration include franchise law, antitrust law, and complex business litigation. Mr. Alberich has substantial experience negotiating and drafting franchise agreements and counseling clients on issues arising from existing agreements. He represents franchisors and franchisees in litigation arising out of business disputes, including franchise contract disputes, and represents both foreign and domestic corporations in complex international arbitrations and related litigation.
Mr. Alberich has performed extensive regulatory work on behalf of the alcoholic beverage industry, representing brewers, wineries, wholesalers, and retail license holders in regulatory and adjudicatory proceedings before city and state regulatory agencies and in the courts of the Commonwealth. In addition, he concentrates in complex business litigation, including anti-trust issues, claims of unfair and deceptive acts or practices, intellectual property matters, environmental law, constitutional challenges of state laws, and a broad range of commercial disputes. He also represents clients with regard to claims and potential claims by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, including the Beede Waste Oil Superfund case.
Mr. Alberich is admitted to practice in all state courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts; First Circuit Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Court of Appeals; U.S. Supreme Court. Attorney Alberich is a Member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and First Amendment Lawyers Association. He is an Instructor for the Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Program, as well as a member of, and on the Board of Directors for the Pilot Hill Farm Association and Island Community Chorus.
Personal and Community Activities
During his nine years at the Boston Globe, Mr. Alberich held a number of editorial positions and served as a copy editor, photography editor and during his final four years, as assistant day editor in charge of selecting the stories to be placed on page one and in other areas of the newspaper. He also contributed articles to the Sunday Globe Magazine and reviewed contemporary music.
Mr. Alberich holds a Juris Doctor Degree and graduated magna cum laude from New England School of Law in 1978 where he was a Published Member of, and Lead Articles Editor for the New England Law Review. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Franklin & Marshall College in 1966.