RNG LAW provides practical, cost-effective solutions to the issues that arise in both the complex and simple transactions.


RNG LAW was founded by Robert N. Glaser and has been providing quality legal representation to small businesses and individuals for over 30 years. RNG LAW provides practical and pragmatic solutions to the concerns of modern business.  RNG LAW provides sophisticated analysis to the situation at hand, providing the client with the best alternatives to choose from.  At RNG LAW, we make our clients issues our priority!


Rob obtained his Juris Doctorate (JD) from Syracuse University where he also obtained a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in finance.  Rob has worked for Fortune 500 companies, as well as small start-ups.  He is an entrepreneur, businessperson, and transactional lawyer. He brings these talents to RNG LAW to ensure clients understand whatever their current situation is, and all of the different courses of actions they can take, to ensure a knowledgeable, informed decision is made.  This legal and business focus is what truly distinguishes RNG LAW as a trusted resource.  Whether it involves buying or selling a business, real property, construction related issues, corporate and business transactions, environmental law and compliance or the multitude of services offered to individuals such as estate planning, RNG LAW will always put the client’s interests first to help them navigate the legal and business requirements.



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