Charley focuses his practice on zoning and land use matters. Charley represents developers, property owners, purchasers, and nonprofits in all aspects of property development, including rezoning and variance applications. He is well versed in negotiating with municipalities and neighboring landowners regarding utility connection and easement agreements. Charley also has experience in land use litigation, which informs his practice by helping to avoid common pitfalls that can arise during the development process.
Charley is fluent in Spanish. Prior to joining the firm, he worked as land use and real estate attorney for a boutique law firm in Texas that specializes in land use, entitlement issues and incentive requests.
The University of Texas School of Law, J.D.,
The University of Pennsylvania, B.A., cum laude
*Admitted only in New York and Texas. Not admitted to Pennsylvania Bar but being supervised by a licensed Pennsylvania Bar member