Glenn Rininger is an associate in Carr Allison’s Tallahassee, FL office where his practice focuses on general litigation, construction, insurance coverage and retail and hospitality.
Before joining Carr Allison, Glenn defended the Florida Department of Transportation against inverse condemnation actions and in construction contract disputes. Glenn also has prior private practice experience defending law enforcement officers and agencies against torts and Section 1983 claims. As an assistant general counsel for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, he represented the Department in environmental permitting disputes before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings, and he represented the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund in quiet title actions and property disputes.
Glenn received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Liberty University (VA) with a major in history. He went on to earn both a Master of Arts in Religion degree and a Master of Education degree. After a brief career teaching high school social studies, Glenn enrolled in law school, earning his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Florida State University College of Law. While in law school, Glenn was selected for the Florida Legislative Intern Program of the Florida House of Representatives. Assigned to the Education Committee, Glenn analyzed proposed legislation and drafted amendments for the Choice & Innovation Subcommittee.
Glenn enjoys running, hiking and climbing state high points. He especially enjoys exploring national and state parks with his wife, Christine, and their three sons.