On Thursday, October 12, 2023, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued an order temporarily suspending attorney Daniel Liam Glennon from practicing law. The order was granted following a joint petition for emergency temporary suspension. Glennon, who was admitted to the bar in 2018, is prohibited from practicing law until further notice from the court.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Daniel Liam Glennon” with case no. 138 DB 2023.

The court’s order requires Glennon to comply with the provisions of Pa.R.D.E. 217, which includes notifying his clients and fiduciary entities of his suspension and taking steps to protect their rights. Additionally, all financial institutions where Glennon holds fiduciary funds must freeze those accounts until further action is taken by a court of appropriate jurisdiction.

This order constitutes an imposition of public discipline and is an exception to the confidentiality requirement of Rule 402. The Supreme Court’s decision is a result of Glennon’s alleged violation of the rules of professional conduct for attorneys in Pennsylvania. However, the specific misconduct that led to the temporary suspension was not mentioned in the filing. The court’s action is intended to protect the public and ensure that attorneys adhere to the highest ethical standards.

The Disposition states:

“AND NOW, this 12th day of October 2023, the Joint Petition for Emergency Temporary Suspension is granted, and Daniel Liam Glennon is placed on immediate temporary suspension until further definitive action by this Court.”

According to avvo.com, Mr. Glennon is a general practice attorney in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. He attended the Temple University. He acquired his law license in Pennsylvania in 2003.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.