GLENN P. SCHWARTZ EDUCATION: B.A. 1960 Shimer College J.D. 1964 Northwestern University School of Law L.L.M. (Admiralty) 1969 John Marshall Law School EMPLOYMENT: 1964-1966 Katz & Friedman Labor Law, Personal Injury Law and General Practice 1966-1969 United States Navy Office of the Judge Advocate General, Admiralty Division 1970-1974 Lord, Bissell & Brook Admiralty, Medical Malpractice Defense, Personal Injury Defense 1974-1975 University of Toledo College of Law 1975 to present John Marshall Law School Courses taught: Admiralty Securities Regulation Constitutional Law Commodities Futures Regulation Federal Income Tax of Individuals Corporations Federal Income Tax of Corporations & Torts Shareholders Insurance Business Planning Publications: Editor (1976-1986), Mertens, Law of Federal Income Taxation Liquidation-Reincorporation: A Sensible Approach Consistent With Congressional Policy, 38 U. Miami L. Rev. 231 Tax Court Refund Jurisdiction: Section 6512-A "Trap For the Unwary," 50 The Tax Lawyer 771 How Many Trades Must A Trader Make to Be in the Trading Business?, 22 Virginia Tax Review 395. Illinois Tax Service, Ch. 44, Constitutional Limitations on Sales and Use Tax Trubow, Privacy Law and Practice (Matthew Bender), Ch. 13, Tax Information Professional Affiliations: American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Committee on Legislative Submissions Civic Affiliations: Village of Deerfield Sustainability Commission Pro Bono: Currently doing legal research for animal rights organization on issue of whether such organizations have standing to compel government agencies to enforce their own rules. 2000 to present: Engaged in pro bono work for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders and is a member of its Chicago Board of Directors. Related projects include attempts to persuade retailers to curtail the sale of dangerous diet products to minors and to obtain better insurance coverage for victims of eating disorders. 1994-1996: Represented Robert Lundy in a tax refund suit in the Tax Court, 65 T.C.M. (RIA) par. 93,278, the United State Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 45 F.3d 856 (4th Cir. 1995) and the United States Supreme Court, 116 S. Ct. 647 (1996).