Steven R. Glass graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1972 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science as a member of the Dean’s List. He graduated from Southwestern University School of Law in 1975 and was a Dean’s List honors student. Steven obtained the American Jurisprudence Book Award for excellent achievement in the study of Business Organizations.
Steven’s specializations are in the areas of personal property leasing, bankruptcy, and commercial collections. Steven has given seminars for the State Bar Association of Arizona on equipment leasing, has spoken before the Equipment Leasing Association of America in the area of bankruptcy, the United Association of Equipment Lessors in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial collections and Article 9 of the Commercial Code, lectured for the Beverly Hills Bar Association on pre-judgment and post-judgment remedies, has conducted compliance seminars in the areas of commercial collections and bankruptcy, and has also conducted in-house bankruptcy seminars for Bank of America, Citicorp North America, Inc., General Electric Capital Corporation, and Pacific First Federal Savings Bank.
Steven’s published articles include “True Lease vs. Lease Intended as Security – Does it Make a Difference” Steven has served as Chairman of the Legal Committee for the United Association of Equipment Lessors and is the past Legal Line Editor in its association publication.