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Charles M. Fleischmann

Charles M. Fleischmann

Washington, DC
office: 202.378.2394
fax: 202.378.2319

Charles focuses on public policy, government contracting and commercial contracting matters.

Charles monitors legislative and regulatory developments and reports on notable changes in policy when it impacts clients. He has assisted a number of clients with issues involving federal agencies including the FCC, FDA, CFPB, USDA, FEMA and others. In addition, Charles has significant experience in campaign finance matters, including setting up PACs and advising on related Federal Election Commission regulations and policies. Charles helps clients identify grant opportunities through federal government agencies and to assess the likelihood of success in securing such grants.

Charles also has experience drafting and negotiating various commercial agreements and with litigation related to contract disputes. He has helped form and advised corporate and non-profit entities, drafting articles of incorporation, bylaws and tax exemption applications. Charles also assists clients who contract with the federal government in bid protests.

Prior to his time with the firm, Charles interned for the Honorable Judge Mattice in the U.S. District Court, Sixth Circuit.



  • J.D., University of Alabama School of Law
      • Law School Ambassador
  • B.A., Washington and Lee University
    • with honors


  • District of Columbia
  • Alabama

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • National Association of Manufacturers
  • Assisted a startup manufacturer with registration and approval of a medical device with the FDA.
  • Guided a client through appealing a USDA grant denial.
  • Advised several Fortune 500 companies on PAC compliance issues.
  • Assisted federal defense contractor in bid protest dispute.
  • Negotiated and reviewed contract provisions related to FCC broadband issues.
  • Analyzed the impact of potential CFPB rules on a lending client’s business.
  • Provided representation to commercial clients in contract litigation disputes.