Charles I. Pollack
In more than 25 years of practice, Chuck Pollack has handled a wide variety of business transactions and provided counsel across diverse practice areas. With an undergraduate degree in Finance, Chuck has become known as a “trusted advisor” for both his legal ability and business acumen. His clients run the gamut — restaurants, financial institutions, car dealerships, builders, and individuals, just to mention a few — and represent transactions involving just a few thousand dollars to hundreds of millions.
In addition to a broad-based business law practice, a large part of Chuck’s practice is “property law,” including commercial real estate, secured lending/borrowing, asset and stock purchase transactions and intellectual property (such as trademarks). Chuck regularly provides counsel in connection with buying, selling, exchanging and property leasing transactions, and has participated in commercial real estate transactions throughout the United States and internationally.
Leveraging his transactional and business law knowledge in those situations when disputes do arise, Chuck brings to the table experience in commercial litigation (contract disputes, construction law, landlord/tenant, etc…), as well as alternative dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration).
“Chuck has worked on 3 transactions with me in the past 11 years. We are getting ready to do another and there is no one else I would rather have on my side. He is professional, knowledgeable, thorough. He’s always there for me when I have questions.” ~SMRead Testimonials
- Commercial Transactions
- Real Estate
- Corporate Law
- Business Litigation
- George Washington University (B.B.A., 1984)
- Emory University School of Law (J.D., 1987)
- Georgia, 1987
- District of Columbia, 1988
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
- State Bar of Georgia (Member, Sections on: Corporation and Banking Law; General Practice and Trial Law; Real Property Law).
- District of Columbia Bar