Carlos Duque Joins Bailey Glasser


Firm Expands Boston Office with Hiring of Experienced Corporate & Securities Lawyer

October 22, 2019, BOSTON, MA – Bailey Glasser is pleased to announce the continued expansion of its corporate practice with the hiring of Associate Carlos Duque, based in the Boston, Massachusetts office. Duque’s practice includes a broad range of corporate experience including gaming law, digital payments, mergers & acquisitions, securities and commercial litigation, as well as corporate governance, and tax issues.

“I am excited that Carlos is joining Bailey Glasser,” said Marc Weintraub, partner and firmwide Corporate Practice Leader based in the firm’s St. Petersburg, Florida office. “We have a number of heavy hitters in our corporate practice and Carlos adds to our depth of talent and expands our expertise.”

Duque joins Bailey Glasser from JPF Securities Law, LLC where he focused on corporate and securities work with high growth startup companies. He regularly oversees litigation matters pertaining to breaches of state and federal securities laws (33 &34 Act and Blue Sky laws), in addition to breach of contractual duty to deliver securities.

“I am thrilled to be joining Bailey Glasser at such a dynamic time,” said Duque. “I am impressed with their depth of knowledge in corporate transactions and look forward to bringing my own experience as in-house counsel to multinational corporations to the team.”

Duque has also advised boards on securities issues, particularly disclosure requirements, identified conflicts of interest, and advised when creation of an independent committee was necessary or appropriate.

“This is a welcome addition to the Boston office” said Brian Glasser, founding partner of Bailey Glasser. “Carlos has represented an assortment of companies, both large and small, which strengthens our team and client service offerings to key clients.”

Duque earned his JD from the Boston University School of Law and his BA from Swarthmore College.


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