Charles E. Ross

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Areas of Practice 1) Admiralty and Maritime Law, 2) Alternate Dispute Resolution, 3) Antitrust and Trade, 4) Appellate Practice, 5) Arbitration, 6) Aviation Law, 7) Banking and Finance, 8) Bankruptcy, 9) Business Organizations, 10) Business Transactions, 11) Commercial Litigation and 12) Construction
Admitted Year 1988
Education U.S. Air Force Academy (B.S., distinguished gradua
Most recent firm Wise Carter Child & Caraway
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