About Charles E. Feder

Charles E. Feder is an AV-rated attorney with a broad background in commercial real estate, business acquisition and economic development.

He has worked with private developers, governments and nonprofits as general counsel, corporate secretary, development director, board member, advisor and consultant. Prior to entering the law, he was also an urban planner, college professor and director of college urban studies programs. His work as an attorney has focused on acquisition and development of real estate and businesses, including multi-family housing, shopping centers, automobile dealerships and restaurants, employing a wide range of public and private financing tools. His clients have included banks, developers, builders, manufacturers, retailers, economic development agencies, non-profit corporations, municipal governments, commercial lenders and professional practices.

Mr. Feder served as an expert consultant for Rebuilding after Katrina and Rita, Book II: “An Assessment of How H.R. 4100, “The Louisiana Recovery Corporation Act,” Accords With Economic, Legal, and Political Factors, a report for Greater New Orleans, Inc./Baton Rouge Area Foundation by Gerson Lehrman Group, April 12, 2006.

Professional Memberships

State Bar of Georgia
State Bar of Michigan
Atlanta Bar Association

Education

J.D., Wayne State University
M.S. Purdue University
B.A., Michigan State University