Phone: (303) 592-6630

Fax: (303) 592-6666

Glenn D. Germany, Associate

Glenn focuses his practice on complex civil and commercial litigation involving insurance defense, premises liability, personal injury defense, and defense of auto and trucking accidents. He also provides counsel on a variety of issues presented by various insurance policies. Glenn is licensed to practice law in Colorado and California.

He earned his law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2011, where he also played volleyball for the university’s varsity team. After graduation, he served as a deputy district attorney in Siskiyou County, California for over five years, prosecuting various matters ranging from misdemeanor DUIs to felony drug and human trafficking cases. He was a Mothers Against Drunk Driving Prosecutor of the Year and a published contributor to the California State Prosecutors’ quarterly publication. Glenn joined the United States Air Force as a Judge Advocate in 2018 and served on active duty until joining the firm in 2023. During his service, he was deployed to the Middle East in support of Operations INHERENT RESOLVE and FREEDOM’S SENTINEL. Glenn still serves in the US Air Force Reserves as an individual mobilization augmentee at Hill AFB, UT.

In his personal time, Glenn enjoys sports, reading, cooking, and spending time with his wife and six kids.

Areas of Practice

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith
Personal Injury Defense
Premises Liability
UM/UIM Defense
Construction Disputes and Construction Defect Litigation
General Civil and Commercial Litigation


Colorado, 2023
United States District Court, District of Colorado, 2023
Certified Trial Counsel under Uniform Code of Military Justice, Art 27(b), 2019
California, 2011


Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, CA; J.D., 2011
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; B.A. in Political Science, 2008

Affiliations and Memberships

Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
Colorado Bar Association
California Bar Association
J. Reuben Clark Law Society
ABA Military Pro Bono Project