Glenn Frank received his B.A. in English and Philosophy from Tulane University in 1983, his JD from State University of New York at Buffalo in1983, and his LLM from Boston University in 1984. He is licensed to practice in both New York (1983) and Massachusetts (1984). Mr. Frank specializes in acquisition, development, investment, financing, and divestiture of real estate projects including, management, and leasing of office buildings or other major facilities, site acquisition, permitting, and mergers for partners, investors, and lenders. Clients over the past three decades have included developers, banks, insurance companies, and other construction and permanent lenders in connection with real estate projects. His focus has included a wide array of transactions including: acquisition financing, asset-based financing, debt and balance sheet restructuring, mezzanine financing, and structured or specialized finance products. Additionally, he is a published award-winning author (Abe Gilman's Ending, 2006), and contributes to many articles including the noted In Appreciation of William Styron; Review of Jimmy Carter’s Peace Not Apartheid (Jewish Book World Magazine, Spring 2007). As the full-time legal counsel for Omni Navitas, Mr. Frank manages all related matters for the company.