International law firm Nixon Peabody
LLP has announced that effective February 1, 2011 Andrew I. Glincher will
officially assume the role of Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner. Mr.
Glincher succeeds Richard F. Langan, Jr., who will continue his practice as a
New York corporate attorney and will be actively involved in leadership of the
firm's expansion efforts in the U.S. and abroad. The leadership change was
first announced in December 2010 by the firm's policy committee.
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. He will continue to represent the firm's business and real estate
clients while serving as CEO and Managing Partner.
As he transitions to his new role, Mr. Glincher has named Boston
attorney Paul E. Bouton to his leadership team:
Paul E. Bouton, Chair of Nixon Peabody's Regulatory and Real Estate
Department - Mr. Bouton, who is based in the firm's Boston office, is
an experienced leader who previously served on the Management Committee in the
same role as Chair of the firm's Regulatory and Real Estate Department.
Mr. Bouton focuses his practice in the area of multifamily housing finance and
development, primarily representing owners and developers of affordable housing
developments. He earned his J.D. from Boston College Law School, his M.B.A
from University of Connecticut and a bachelor’s degree from University of
Mr. Glincher graduated from Northeastern University School of Law and earned
his undergraduate degree in finance, cum laude, from Boston College's Carroll
School of Management. He serves on the faculty of Boston College, where he
has taught a course in real estate finance since 1988. Mr. Glincher is
immediate past Chairman of the Board at Hebrew SeniorLife, a nonprofit
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