Charles Tweedy has handled a wide range of business litigation, including cases involving breach of fiduciary duty by real estate professionals and partners, corporate and partnership dissolutions, business fraud litigation, bankruptcy litigation, commercial real estate disputes, and unfair competition. The combination of a commercial litigation practice with a transactional practice keeps him acutely aware of areas of agreements and documents, which require special attention in the event of potential future disputes and which may control both the forum and outcome of the dispute.
While he has handled many complex litigations, he also handles relatively small disputes for his clients. Charles is critically aware that representation must be cost effective in order to be effective at all. In order to meet that objective, he encourages his clients to be actively involved in their cases and the decision making process whenever practical.