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CharlesAndres

Partner

Overview

Biography

Charles primarily concentrates his practice on matters involving land use and zoning, municipal law, tax valuation and tax appeals, landlord-tenant issues, personal-injury defense, public utilities, and telecommunications. He represents many of Connecticut’s local land use commissions as well as private landowners and developers before local land use boards and in state and federal litigation.

Bar Associations

  • Connecticut Bar Association, Planning & Zoning Section Executive Member and Former Chair

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Connecticut Association of Municipal Attorneys
  • Connecticut Bar Foundation, Fellow
Experience

Prior Experience

  • LeClairRyan, Partner
  • Tyler Cooper

Judicial Clerkships

  • Connecticut Appellate Court, Judge James Spallone

Selected Community Activities

  • South Central Regional Planning Commission, Executive Committee Member and Former Chair
  • Branford Planning and Zoning Commission, Member
  • Connecticut Baptist Housing, Inc., Board of Directors Member
  • First Baptist Church, Branford, Church Moderator and Former Board of Trustees, Board of Deacons, and Board of Christian Education Chair

Selected Honors

  • The Best Lawyers in America®: Land Use and Zoning Law, 2022
  • Selected to Super Lawyers Connecticut: General Litigation, Land Use/Zoning, and Government Relations, 2006-2018

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