Charles Kreafle is an Associate in the Complex Commercial Litigation Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office. Charles’s practice focuses on government and corporate investigations, white collar criminal defense, and securities regulatory and enforcement matters. He also has experience in a variety of commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes and fraudulent conveyance actions.
Charles is a member of the Firm’s Professional Ethics Committee. He is also active in the Firm’s pro bono practice, where he has represented individuals seeking Social Security disability benefits, defended the City of New York in a tort action, and represented Kansas state judges challenging the constitutionality of recently enacted Kansas state laws under the separation-of-powers doctrine.
Charles graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he received Honors recognition for his legal writing and was a Senior Editor of the Journal of Constitutional Law. He received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with Highest Distinction and attended the university on a full-merit academic scholarship.
In The Market
- Kaye Scholer Pro Bono Efforts Help Preserve Kansas’ Independent Judiciary January 4, 2016 • Client Successes
- Round One in Kansas Court Funding Fight Goes to Kaye Scholer Client September 8, 2015 • Client Successes
- Kaye Scholer Represents Kansas District Court Judge Threatening Legal Challenge to Judicial Budget Bill July 27, 2015 • Client Successes