Charlotte Bednar focuses her practice on general civil litigation, representing clients in a wide range of adversarial matters in both federal and state court. Her litigation experience includes contract disputes, special education matters, products liability cases, insurance coverage disputes, trademark infringement cases, disputes involving mortgage lenders and servicers, adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court, probate matters, and the representation of governmental agencies, municipalities and their respective employees and agents in defense of various claims. Charlotte also has experience in the areas of environmental law, zoning, and complex real estate development.
- Represents a private school in a variety of litigation, compliance and policy-development matters;
- Represents a mortgage servicer in lawsuits raising various claims under federal and state law;
- Represents product manufacturers and sellers in product liability litigation involving, among other products, medical devices and durable medical goods;
- Represents governmental agencies and municipalities in defense of claims including constitutional, civil rights, negligence and tort claims;
- Represents parties in federal and state appellate proceedings.
Financial Services Litigation
J.D., Harvard Law School, 2003, cum laude
B.A., Dartmouth College, 1999, magna cum laude
U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
American Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
Selected for inclusion as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer – Rising Star