H. Glenn Alberich

Title: Of Counsel

Company: Sarrouf Law, LLP

Location: Tisbury, MA

Glenn Alberich is Of Counsel for Sarrouf Law, LLP, a practice that focuses on franchise agreements, representation of large companies, and transactional and trial services. Mr. Alberich was always interested in the law, and while he was a journalist, he found himself dealing with many stories involving the law. Eventually, he began to seriously consider law school, applied, and was accepted. Mr. Alberich has garnered 47 years of professional experience and has been serving in her current role for 35. He is an AV Preeminent Attorney who spends his days handling extensive regulatory work on behalf of the alcoholic beverage industry, and representing brewers, wineries, wholesalers and retail license holders in regulatory and adjudicatory proceedings before city and state regulatory agencies and in federal and state courts. Mr. Alberich also negotiates and drafts franchise agreements, and counsels clients on issues arising from existing agreements. He is a well-respected lawyer who believes his success in the industry stems from his ability to take his clients problems and make them his own, relieving a significant burden from their shoulders. In addition to his position with Sarrouf Law, LLP, Mr. Alberich is also an instructor with the Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Program, and serves on the board of directors for Havenside Corporation, Vineyard Conservation Society, Pilot Hill Farm Association and Island Community Chorus. Moving forward, Mr. Alberich hopes to continue to grow his practice, forming new business relationships with clients of all sizes.

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