Charlie Bruch has worked as an attorney for more than 15 years. He has litigated hundreds of disputes related to breach of contract, employment matters, intellectual property, personal injury, products liability, real estate, fraud, and construction law. Charlie has handled large cases, such as winning a $1 million case involving a liability claim with a Fortune 500 company. He also handles small cases, such as when he facilitated an agreement between neighbors.
Charlie has also spent a considerable portion of his practice drafting contracts and agreements for businesses and individuals. The complexity of these contracts runs from a simple one-page repair service contract to lengthy contracts related to business ventures, real estate transactions, sales of goods and services, computer software, intellectual property, commercial construction, and employment matters. No contract is too big or too small.
Before he went to law school, Charlie spent several years developing computer software and leading software development projects. This background gives him critical insight into many of the issues and problems facing clients that either use or develop information technology. Charlie’s experience in information technology law has carried over into other intellectual property areas, including trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights.
When he is not in the office, Charlie enjoys spending time with family, golfing, and working out. He and his wife Cathy have lived in West Chester, OH for twenty-five years. They are proud parents of two sons, Aaron and Kyle, both in the engineering field.
Areas of Practice
Contract Drafting and Negotiation
Small Business Issues
Software and Information Technology
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
J.D., University of Cincinnati College of Law
Articles Editor, University of Cincinnati Law Review
B.B.A, Quantitative Methods, Summa Cum Laude, Ohio University
Phi Alpha Delta