The law firm of Adams and Reese further expands its forestry/timber law practice with the addition of international transactions attorney C. Glenn Dunaway to the firm’s Atlanta office as special counsel. His practice focuses primarily in the field of timber and timberland transactions, with a concentration on complex finance structures and cross-border considerations.
Dunaway serves as an arranger and legal advisor on complex timberland transactions around the world, having participated in timberland transactions in the U.S., Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Estonia, Guatemala, Hungary, Latvia, Panama, Paraguay, Romania, South Africa
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“Glenn is well-known for his work in the timber industry,” said Gif Thornton, managing partner of Adams and Reese. “We are pleased to welcome him to our new Atlanta office.”
The Atlanta office of Adams and Reese opened in April 2017 and, within the first three months of operation, grew to nine attorneys from the original three founding partners: Ron C. Bingham, II, who leads the office, Bryan E. Busch and Matthew B. Norton. The office continues its growth in 2018 with the addition of Dunaway.
Dunaway provides structural tax advice on both domestic and international
Licensed to practice law since 1981 and with more than 30 years of transactional experience in the timberland space, Dunaway also has done substantial work in private equity, venture capital
Prior to joining Adams and Reese, Dunaway worked at a boutique law firm in Atlanta as a managing partner from 1995-2006. Most recently, he served as head of the Timberland Practice Group of another Atlanta-based law firm and he also previously served as a partner in the Tax Group in one of the world’s largest international law firms, focusing on cross-border investment transactions in private equity and commercial real estate.
Dunaway is AV® Peer Review
A double graduate of the University of Georgia, Dunaway completed his B.A. in Psychology in 1978 and earned his J.D. from the School of Law in 1981. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa as an undergraduate and was awarded membership in the Order of Coif upon graduating from law school.