David R. Glissman


86 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105
110 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510

About David

David R. Glissman, received his LL.M. Taxation from Boston University School of Law (1984), a J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (1983) and a B.S. in Real Estate from California State University at San Diego (1979).  He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and is admitted to practice in both Connecticut and Massachusetts. Mr. Glissman’s practice is that of a traditional real estate practitioner and involves all aspects of real estate law including acquisition, sale, real estate lending, development, land use, environmental, leasing, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, workout, joint venture and tax deferred exchanges. His practice includes transactional work and clients in Connecticut, New England and throughout the U.S. He counsels clients on related matters such as real estate brokerage agreements, real estate brokerage lien enforcement, real estate brokerage administrative tribunal advocacy, contract enforcement, title matters, title insurance, dispute resolution, survey and condominium law.  He has assisted clients in the development and financing of multi-story office and residential towers, the sale and purchase of manufacturing facilities, the assemblage and development of shopping centers and residential subdivisions, and the negotiation of a wide variety of leases.  Mr. Glissman lectures and publishes regularly on such topics as: “Listing Agreement Requirements and Enforcement in Connecticut”; “Basic Real Estate Law”; “Issues Impacting Real Estate Transactions in Connecticut”; “Mastering Real Estate Titles and Title Insurance”; “Negotiating Commercial Purchase and Sales Agreements”; “Mortgage Lien Laws”; “Acquisition Due Diligence”; “Land Use Permits and Approvals in Connecticut”; “Lead Paint and Lenders”; “Due Diligence for Lenders”; “Tenant Insolvency”; “Tenant Protections Against Financially Troubled Landlords”; “Landlord’s Toolkit for Dealing with Cash Strapped Tenants”; and “Is Your Lease Financeable”. Mr. Glissman has been designated as a Connecticut Super Lawyer in Real Estate in the 2007 – 2023 Issues of the Connecticut Super Lawyers magazine. The Super Lawyers designation is based on regional balloting by attorneys, third-party research, and a peer review process encompassing myriad practice areas. An explanation of the Super Lawyers methodology can be found here and an explanation of the selection statistics and empirical data can be found here. Mr. Glissman is a member of the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and has been active in various community organizations including service as Trustee of the Open Hearth, a Hartford homeless shelter.  He and his wife reside in Simsbury, Connecticut.