Charles A. Bilich


Charles A. Bilich

Charles A. Bilich is Of Counsel to the Firm, practicing primarily in the Corporate and Real Estate Departments.

Chuck’s transactional experience includes public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured financings, industrial development bond financings and private syndications of debt or equity securities of real estate ventures, corporations or other entities that are engaged in manufacturing, finance, technology or other businesses.  Chuck has developed recognized expertise in partnership law, structuring and preparing shareholders’ agreements of closely-held corporations and the formation and operation of limited liability companies.  His practice also specializes in the corporate aspects of medical practices and the formation of “special purpose” entities for sophisticated public and private financings, as well as third-party legal opinions as to which he serves on the Firm’s opinion review committee.

Chuck graduated, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1972, Chuck joined a major New York City firm where he was responsible or over 20 securities offerings that raised over $1 billion.  Thereafter, he spent 23 years as a partner at a Mineola , New York firm, leaving in March of 2005 to establish his own practice and to become counsel of the Firm.

Chuck is a member of the Adjunct Faculty at the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Touro College.  He has taught “Close Corporation and Partnership Planning”, “Corporate Finance”, “Securities Regulation”, Business Organizations II (a/k/a Corporations) and Business Organizations Practice Module, a course designed to develop negotiating and drafting skills.