Charles S. DeAngelo
Chuck has represented Unions for some 37 years. Chuck began his legal career as a staff attorney for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters in Washington, D.C., later returning to his hometown to represent area private and public sector labor unions. Over the course of his career, Chuck has arbitrated a wide range of contract interpretation and discipline matters, as well as represented Police, Firefighter, and Corrections Unions in interest arbitration proceedings. Chuck has made presentations on a number of labor related issues, including Interest Arbitration, Discipline & Discharge of Public Employees, Email Communications in the Workplace, an Overview of Labor Laws, Steward Training for private and public sector unions, and Ethical Issues in a Deposition Context in employment law. Chuck has volunteered to assist numerous social action agencies, including the Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association Sled Hockey program; the Jamestown Bar Association as former President; and the Hunter's Hope Foundation, Inc., having served as a member of the Board of Directors. Chuck is also a member of the Eighth Judicial District Character and Fitness Committee.
Chuck is a graduate of Georgetown Law School. He also earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He is admitted to practice law in New York, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia.