Daniel Gluck

Biography of Daniel Gluck

Gluck’s legal work often revolves around contentious matters that divide people. He is frequently involved in cases that challenge separation of church and state, or freedom of speech rights.

Gluck has earned the trust of numerous prestigious clients such as Your Super, Rebbl, SYSTM Foods and Jot.

Early Life and Education

Gluck’s first collection, Firstborn, was published in 1968 to much acclaim and was well received. Her poems took the form of short lyrics written with precision yet had an emotional punch that made them instantly memorable.

Gluck has credited her poetic style to psychoanalysis and reading ancient legends, parables, and mythology at an early age. Additionally, she credits Stanley Kunitz and Leonie Adams with having had an influence.

Gluck has spent her professional career advocating for women and children. She has written on these subjects and lectured at continuing legal education classes of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association; furthermore, she served as Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence at Yale University. Gluck is married with two daughters.

Professional Career

Gluck then clerked for Judge Abraham D. Sofaer of the Southern District of New York and Legal Advisor to the U.S. Department of State; John M. Walker Jr. from both districts was then hired at Washington headquarters of U.S. Customs Service under three branches including Value Special Program Admissibility Admitibility Classification and Penalties Branch to work his way up through their ranks before moving onto Miscellaneous Penalties Branch for Miscellaneous Penalties Branch duties.

He has worked at several firms, including Cooley LLP where he won a moot court championship and taught Legal Writing and Research courses to first year law students. Since then he founded Gluck Daniel and serves as partner and co-founder. As a trial lawyer with significant expertise in commercial and real estate litigation matters.

Achievement and Honors

Gluck has received numerous honors, such as the PEN/Martha Albrand Prize and Pulitzer Prize. Additionally, she served as Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence at Yale University.

She often used imagery from nature and mythology in her works to explore human experience, while often autobiographical poetry that expresses sadness or loneliness frank and openly. Scholars have studied her poetic personae creation process as well as their relationship between autobiography and classical myth.

Gluck is a member of the New York Bar and represents clients before both U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York as well as the Court of International Trade. Prior to that he served as Legal Director for ACLU of Hawaii.

Personal Life

He practices before both the federal courts of New York in the Southern and Eastern Districts as well as before the U.S. Court of International Trade, while also lecturing on Customs Law and Importing Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals at Pace University’s World Trade Institute.

Gluck has long been committed to upholding civil rights and human dignity. His family’s experience of Holocaust and apartheid inspired him to fight for social justice; as a result he successfully defended the rights of people living in encampments, protested at state Capitol and advocated for gay marriage rights.

He serves as the Managing Partner at Powerplant Ventures (“PPV”) and sits on the boards of portfolio companies like Your Super, Rebbl, Thistle and Jot Coffee. PPV provides capital and operational guidance to visionary teams leading disruptive plant-centric brands.

Net Worth

Gluck has amassed a net worth of $5 Million. Born 3 March 1953 in Paris, France he attended St John’s University where he obtained a Juris Doctorate.

He was a partner at Jones Day and has represented clients before the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Commerce, FDA and Court of International Trade.

Gluck earned international renown when the Museum of Sex opened in 2002 – but not for what you might expect. When the state Board of Regents denied him permission to operate as a nonprofit entity, he launched his venture instead as a for-profit venture; soon thereafter attracting celebrities such as Arianna Huffington, Sandra Bernhard and Bill Maher as signatories to its cause.

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