Glenn Kaplan is an adjunct faculty member at Boston College Law School, teaching Consumer Law. He has taught this course at BC Law since 2012. Glenn’s prior experience as an educator also includes teaching courses in Securities Regulation and Consumer Protection at New England Law, and Antitrust at Suffolk Law School.
Glenn serves as the Chief of the Insurance and Financial Services Division in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where he oversees investigation and litigation of consumer protection and false claims cases against banks, investment companies, and insurance carriers, as well as administrative rate setting cases relating to various lines of insurance. Mr. Kaplan also handles state investigations and actions relating to for-profit schools, student lending, mortgage, auto and student loan securitization, financial services antitrust matters, and securities fraud. His cases have included actions against Microsoft Corporation, Amazon.com, Doubleclick, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, State Street, Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclay’s Bank, Countrywide Securities, LPL Financial, JPMorgan, Ameriprise, TD-Ameritrade, CitiGroup, UBS, HSBC, BNY-Mellon, Bank of America, Ocwen, Santander, Equifax, Moneygram, Western Union, Education Management Company, Corinthian Colleges, Premier Education Group, Liberty Mutual, Safety Insurance, Mapfre, and a variety of other financial services and consumer directed firms.
Prior to holding his present position, Mr. Kaplan was a trial attorney at the United States Department of Justice in the Civil Fraud Division in Washington D.C., and he worked as a criminal prosecutor in Essex County. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 1990).