Charles has well-rounded intellectual property experience, including successfully asserting infringement in arbitration against a multinational electronics manufacturing company and obtaining a dismissal on behalf of a semiconductor manufacturer in an Investigation before the International Trade Commission. He has drafted and prosecuted patents as well as aided companies analyzing intellectual property assets in various transactions. Charles is also a registered Georgia neutral. Additionally, Charles has taken an active role in the Atlanta legal community, beyond serving on the Georgia PATENTS Board, by working as the Troutman Sanders Fellow at Atlanta Legal Aid and serving as chair of the National Moot Court Competition.
In law school, Charles worked full time at the International Trade Commission for Chief Administrative Law Judge Charles E. Bullock. He gained additional experience working in-house at Eastman Chemical Company. His scholastic achievements include the Georgia Law Review and Moot Court Board. He graduated magna cum laude and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. Prior to law school, Charles worked in pharmaceutical drug development after studying biochemistry.