Glenn P. Hendrix

171 17th Street NW
Suite 2100
Atlanta, Georgia 30363
404.873.8692 phone
Glenn represents clients in business disputes, administrative proceedings, and government investigations. The Chambers guide cites peer and client feedback in describing Glenn as “a hugely respected litigator” and notes that he has “an impressive track record in complex cross-border business disputes and federal False Claims Act litigation." Prior editions of Chambers have described Glenn as “a thorough business adviser able to break down complex legal matters for non-lawyers” and have noted that “clients particularly value his ‘conscientious, responsive and down-to-earth approach’ to matters.”

Much of Glenn’s work involves representing healthcare companies in reimbursement disputes with government and private third-party payors and in federal and state investigations and False Claims Act cases. He uses creative strategies to obtain the best possible outcome for the client, using a proactive “on-offense” approach whenever possible. In a related area of practice, he has extensive experience conducting internal investigations for both public and private companies.

From the very beginning of his career, Glenn has also handled a range of cross-border business disputes, including international arbitration proceedings and litigation ancillary to such proceedings, such as actions for emergency relief, proceedings to enforce arbitral agreements and awards (including against foreign sovereigns), and petitions for evidence under 28 U.S.C. § 1782.

Glenn often sits as an arbitrator. The Global Arbitration Review cites peer feedback in describing Glenn as “a well-respected figure in the arbitration space with extensive expertise handling healthcare and logistics disputes.” He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Reflecting the high level of Glenn’s practice in a range of disputes, he is recognized by Best Lawyers in America in the fields of healthcare, commercial litigation, and international arbitration. Best Lawyers also named Glenn “Health Lawyer of the Year” for Georgia in 2015, an honor based on peer feedback. He is a former Chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law. He also served for many years as the ABA’s representative to the U.S. State Department's Advisory Committee on International Law, which brings together leading international law professors, practitioners and policymakers to provide advice to the State Department on significant international law issues. He is the Founding President of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS). Glenn has served on the Executive Committee of the American Society of International Law and on the Legal Committee of the American Health Care Association.

Glenn is AGG’s chair and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.