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"As the son of a small business owner, I am committed to helping companies operate smoothly by leading them through sometimes-difficult legal terrain."



Charlie is passionate about using his legal skills to contribute to Buffalo’s resurgence by assisting the area’s growing businesses. His MBA complements his legal practice that focuses on the transactional needs of clients, from sole proprietorships to large corporations. Charlie enjoys helping businesses achieve their goals by alleviating their time spent on legal issues so they can focus on what really matters: their business.

Charlie also uses his knowledge of and ties to Toronto and Southern Ontario to support Canadian enterprises with their operations in the United States. His experience includes helping both privately held and publicly traded companies in matters involving mergers and acquisitions, corporate and partnership formations, business start-ups, and general corporate and business law.

Bar Associations

  • Bar Association of Erie County
  • New York Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Representative Experience

  • Represented a music distribution and licensing company in the $2.5 million sale of its business assets, including intellectual property and other proprietary rights in various recordings and musical compositions.

Prior Experience

  • Barclay Damon LLP, Summer Associate
  • US District Court for the Western District of New York to Judge William Skretny, Judicial Extern
  • US Securities and Exchange Commission, NY Regional Office, Law Clerk
  • US Attorney’s Office for the Western District of New York, Law Clerk

Selected Community Activities

  • Buffalo District Golf Association, Board Member
  • Buffalo Squash Racquets Association, Former Board Member

Selected Honors

  • University at Buffalo School of Law, Order of the Coif

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