Glen Dalakian is an associate in the litigation and enforcement practice group at Ropes & Gray. He has experience representing clients in various government enforcement matters, internal investigations, and related litigation. Glen also represents a variety of companies in both civil and criminal antitrust investigations. His work includes client advocacy before the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and state authorities.

Glen maintains an active pro bono practice. He has represented individuals in criminal cases through the Southern District of New York's Criminal Justice Act Panel and also advocates for clients seeking refugee resettlement.

During law school, Glen served as executive notes editor of the Fordham Law Review and associate editor of the Dispute Resolution Society. Prior to law school, Glen directed a startup investment fund and worked as an international business journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon. He also previously worked at the Legal Aid Society, the U.S. Department of State, the Federal Reserve, and on Capitol Hill.


Glen’s experience includes representation of:

  • National health care providers responding to DOJ and FTC antitrust investigations.
  • Hospital system and international pharmaceutical company responding to FTC Second Requests.
  • Universities and hospital systems responding to False Claims Act investigations. 
  • University responding to allegations of researcher misconduct.
  • Investment fund conducting internal investigation into board member misconduct.
  • Directors of international media company facing shareholder litigation.
  • Hospital system responding to multidistrict litigation related to national data breach incident.
  • Financial firm responding to SEC investigation into SPAC transaction.
  • Criminal defendant facing federal money laundering conspiracy prosecution.
  • Witness victim testifying in federal sex trafficking action.

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