Charles Carter represents and advises employers in litigation matters related to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, theft of trade secrets, non-compete and non-solicit matters, and wage and hour disputes.
Chas works with a variety of employers to help them navigate through the legal and regulatory challenges they face regarding employment. Utilizing his experience representing businesses and municipalities in federal and state courts, Chas advocates for the interests of employers in litigation, ADR, and disputes before administrative bodies. Considering the unique situation of each client, Chas also provides advice and counsel to help employers reach their compliance goals and manage legal risk.
Named among Rising Stars by San Antonio Magazine (2020)
The Order of the Barristers Award Recipient
State Bar Licenses
- “Federal Court Update” — Bi-monthly column, San Antonio Lawyer Magazine, (2019-2021)
- “A Practitioner’s Guide to Navigating the Texas MDL System in 2019” — Advanced Civil Trial Course, (2019)
- “When Your Civil Case Turns Criminal” — Advanced Civil Trial Course (2019)
- “The Culture of Anarchy: V for Vendetta in Response to Matthew Arnold” — Article, The
Sigma Tau Delta Review, (Vol.13, 2016)
- “The Artistic Subjectivity of Jane Eyre” — Article, The ScissorTale Review (Winter 2013)