Christopher M. Glauser
Practice AreasBusiness Litigation Insurance Coverage Labor & Employment Medical Malpractice and Healthcare Law
Christopher M. Glauser is a partner at Manning Curtis Bradshaw & Bednar. Mr. Glauser has extensive experience representing employers in defending against employment-related claims in state, federal, and administrative courts, as well as advising employers on compliance with federal and state employment laws. He also represents clients in class action, tort, contract, and other types of commercial litigation. Mr. Glauser has represented companies in many industries, including healthcare, insurance, retail sales, and network marketing, among many others.
Mr. Glauser serves as a member and Secretary of the Utah Ethics Advisory Opinion Committee, where he helps draft opinions to provide guidance to Utah lawyers on complying with the Rules of Professional Responsibility. He works with And Justice For All, an organization that works to increase access to civil legal services for the disadvantaged and for individuals with disabilities in Utah, to organize their annual Law Day Run.
Mr. Glauser graduated from The George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C., where he interned with the D.C. Superior Court and the Alexandria, Virginia Public Defender’s Office, and worked as a law clerk while earning his J.D.
- J.D., The George Washington University Law School (2008)
- Internship with the Alexandria Office of the Public Defender, Alexandria Virginia
- Internship with the Honorable Judith Bartnoff, Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia
- B.A., University of Utah (2005)
Licenses and Admissions
- Utah (2008)
- United States District Court for the District of Utah
- United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Professional Affiliations and Activities
- Utah Bar Association
- Litigation Section
- Ethics Advisory Opinion Committee
- And Justice For All – Law Day Run Committee
- “Staub v. Proctor Hospital, Extending the Cat’s Paw” (Utah Bar Journal Volume 24 No. 4 July/August 2011)
- “Rehabilitation Act and ADA Discrimination Claims – Two Birds You Can’t Always Kill With One Stone” (Utah Bar Journal Volume 26 No. 1 January/February 2013)