San Francisco, California 94133
Charles Correll is a partner in the King & Spalding’s San Francisco and Houston offices. He is an active member of the firm’s Energy Litigation, Commercial Litigation, and International Arbitration Groups. His practice involves complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts and before international and domestic arbitration panels. He has represented clients such as the Chevron Corporation, the Halliburton Company, KBR, Inc. and Cimarex Energy Company.
Mr. Correll has broad experience in a diverse range of domestic and international commercial litigation matters including antitrust, breach of contract, construction, oil and gas exploration and royalty, business torts, investment disputes, patent infringement, trade secrets, toxic tort and personal injury litigation.
|Areas of Practice||1) Contracts and Business Torts , 2) Energy Environmental Health & Safety , 3) Global Disputes , 4) Civil Antitrust Litigation , 5) Energy Construction , 6) Crisis Management , 7) Crisis Management: Energy , 8) Oil & Gas and 9) Energy & Natural Resources|
|Law School||Yale University|
|Education||B.S., in United States Military Academy|
|Bar Member / Association||American Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||King & Spalding LLP|
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