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Charlotte S. Wasserstein

Charlotte Wasserstein's practice is focused on appellate litigation and motions practice. She has been a member of litigation teams for matters involving music and television copyrights, real estate transactions, bankruptcy, consumer class actions, employment law, antitrust litigation, internet law, constitutional law, and contract disputes. She has also participated in a number of pro bono matters, including family law, immigration, and probate cases.

Prior to rejoining Jones Day in 2013, Charlotte gained experience in a wide variety of legal matters while serving as a judicial law clerk in one of the busiest district courts in the country. [1]