Glenn MacKinlay is a trial lawyer with almost 30 years of experience as a prosecutor, conducting hundreds of jury trials in state and federal courts. Drawing on his experience as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, he offers clients a deep knowledge of litigation strategy and exceptional experience in high-stakes jury and bench trials.
During his decades as a prosecutor, Glenn handled a wide array of civil and criminal matters. He now focuses on complex litigation, government and internal investigations, and white collar defense, counseling businesses and individuals on criminal and civil matters, including tax fraud, healthcare, and antitrust matters and anti-money laundering (AML) compliance. His practice also includes defending clients against claims related to RICO, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the False Claims Act. Glenn has extensive investigative experience, including handling complex grand jury investigations, and helps clients to respond to inquiries from government investigators and to conduct thorough and effective internal corporate investigations.
Earlier in his career, Glenn worked for a boutique litigation firm, handling civil defense and general litigation matters. Prior to law school, he served as a Marine Engineer onboard merchant ships traveling internationally and achieved a Chief Engineer’s U.S.C.G. license while working for the Department of Defense. Glenn will leverage this experience to counsel clients involved in related industry disputes and maritime litigation.
Glenn has received two Attorney General’s Awards, the highest award within the Department of Justice. He also received the Director’s Award as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for the US Marshals Service, along with many other recognitions. Throughout his years of public service, he trained thousands of federal agents and police officers on various aspects of federal crime and has lectured professional sports teams on state and federal regulations.