Chas began his legal career with the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division's Third Department, where he drafted decisions for the Appellate Court and clerked in chambers with the Honorable Karen K. Peters. Chas subsequently left the Appellate Division for a position with the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, where he litigated cases against members of the judiciary who were charged with ethical violations.
When a position at Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP became available, Chas eagerly joined the firm, stating that “after working for the state for several years, it feels great to have actual clients, people who I can connect with, relate to and try to help work through their injuries and legal problems.”
Chas enjoys snowboarding in the winter and plays rugby with the Albany Law School Alumni rugby team during the warmer weather.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 02/06/17 in Personal Injury.
Attorney Farcher presented himself as a highly professional and personable counsel. During a time of extreme personal hardship Charles provided guidance and representation well above what I could have expected. Under his guidance we were able to set... Read more
Attorney Farcher presented himself as a highly professional and personable counsel. During a time of extreme personal hardship Charles provided guidance and representation well above what I could have expected. Under his guidance we were able to settle our case in an expedient manner while getting what would be considered a fair and just settlement that we are most grateful for. He helped us immensely to deal with the turmoil in our lives. Thank you Charles Read lessRead less
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