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Areas of Expertise

Criminal Law, Health Law


Law in Public Health


Glenn Baker is currently on detail to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from the United States Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, where he has served as a deputy chief in the Economic Crime section. At the CDC, Glenn serves as a liaison between CDC scientists and various federal law enforcement agencies in developing CDC responses to public health concerns, disaster situations, terrorist attacks and other threats and vulnerabilities. As an assistant United States attorney, Glenn has supervised and prosecuted numerous cases involving government fraud, health care fraud, public corruption, cybercrime, and other white collar crime cases. He served for a number of years as the health care fraud coordinator for all criminal health care fraud matters in the office. Prior to joining the United States Attorney's Office, Glenn was the assistant chief in the Atlanta Field Office of the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division. He supervised and prosecuted domestic and international criminal antitrust investigations involving price fixing, bid rigging and market allocations. Prior to joining the Antitrust Division, Glenn worked on the Special Matters team at the law firm of King & Spalding. Glenn has also investigated organized crime, drug cartels, and other federal criminal tax violations, while working as a United States Treasury Department special agent in New York. Additionally, Glenn has had the privilege of serving in the United States Air Force Strategic and Military Air Commands, specializing in intelligence operations.

Education: JD, Georgia State University School of Law (magna cum laude)