Nixon Peabody LLP has named Boston-based attorney Andrew I. Glincher to serve
as the firm's next Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner. Mr.
Glincher will become leader of the firm in early 2011 working closely with
current CEO and managing partner Richard F. Langan, Jr. to ensure a smooth
transition. The firm's policy committee spent several months conducting an
extensive review of several well respected partner candidates for managing
partner and solicited feedback from the entire partnership during the review
Mr. Glincher, who is based in the firm’s Boston office, joined Nixon
Peabody's predecessor firm Peabody & Brown in 1987. Since 2004, he has
served as managing partner of the Boston office, which is the firm’s largest
office. Mr. Glincher is a preeminent, nationally-recognized attorney who
builds and leads significant client service teams. His practice focuses on
representation of special servicers, asset managers, lenders, owners, and
developers of real estate, business owners, professional service firms, and
various parties in the negotiation and resolution of business and real estate
disputes. He will continue to represent the firm’s business and real
estate clients while serving as CEO and Managing Partner.
Mr. Glincher has spent his whole career in Boston. He grew up in
Brockton, the son of a cab driver and put himself through college graduating
from Boston College, where he now teaches a finance course. He graduated
from Northeastern University School of Law. He is immediate past Chairman
of the Board at Hebrew SeniorLife, a nonprofit Massachusetts-based organization
that provides medical and housing services to the elderly. He is also a
member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.