Charles P. Royer
Recognized in:Commercial Litigation
Law School:University of Pittsburgh
Location:101 West Prospect Avenue, Suite 1800Cleveland, OH 44115
- University of Pittsburgh, J.D., graduated 1986
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania, BA, graduated 1983
- Ohio, Ohio State Bar Association
- Center for Mental retardation - Past Board President
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association - Member
- International Association of Defense Counsel - Member
- New Life Community - Past Board President
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law Law Review - Note Editor
- West Side Ecumenical Minsitry - Past Board Member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for work in:
- Commercial Litigation
Lawyer Case History
American Indoor Soccer Association vs. O' Hara
a claim that they had misrepresented the state of the franchise prior to its sale. My clients
were given a defense verdict from the jury and awarded the full amount of their counterclaim
and attorneys fees.
Armbruster v. Fifth Third Bank
management fees. The case was tried before a jury in the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern district of
Ohio. Despite claims by the Plaintiff that ir was entitled to several hundred thousand dollars in damages, the
jury awarded the Plaintiff only twenty-five thousand dollars in damages.
Geosynfuels v. Gorman
for units in a start up company. I was able to obtain a summary judgment and successfully defend
that judgment in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. In the end my client was paid several hundred
thousand dollars by the Defendant.
Lucic Enterprises, Inc. v. Telecom
business. Prior to an eviction being initiated, i brought a declaratory judgment action asking the court to enter an order finding that pursuant to an assignment that
my client was a legal tenant in the property and that the landlord had no grounds to evict it. I was successful in obtaining a summary judgment
from the trial court confirming that the landlord had no legal grounds to evict my client. On appeal, the Eighth Court of Appeals affirmed that judgment.
J. Burner Crew v. Kemper
Henshaw v. City of Salem, Ohio
by city zoning officer against client. Action resulted in settlement that required City
to pay damages and attorneys fees to client.