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About Charles Goetsch Law Offices LLC
- English (Primary)
- False Claims Act quit tam 50%
- Railroad Injuries FELA 25%
- Whistleblower Retaliation 25%
- (ed.), The Autobiography of Thomas L. Chadbourne, 1985
- Essays on Simeon E. Baldwin, 1981
- Parody As Free Speech - The Replacement of the Fair Use Doctrine By First Amendment Protection, 3 Western New England Law Review 39 , 1980
- The Future of Legal Formalism, 24 American Journal of Legal History 221, 1980
- A History of the First One Hundred Years of the Connecticut Bar Association: 1875-1975, 49 Connecticut Bar Journal 201, 1975
- Dying Declarations: Connecticut Common Law and the New Federal Rules of Evidence, 50 Connecticut Bar Journal 201, 1975
- A History of the New Haven Federal Courthouse, 59 Connecticut Bar Journal 380, 1985
- Introduction to Symposium on the New Federalism, 56 Connecticut Bar Journal 186, 1982
- Remembering a Wondrous Wale, , New York Times, Sunday Edition, 1986
- Comment, Conservation Restrictions: A Survey, 8 Connecticut Law Review 383, 1976
- The Immigrant and America: Assimilation of a German Family, 42 Annals of Iowa 15-27, 114-25, 1973
Classes and Seminars
- Faculty, "Second Circuit Practice & Procedures: Doing It Right,", Connecticut Bar Association CLE Program, - 1998
- Faculty, "Civil Federal Practice Seminar,", Connecticut Bar Association Annual Meeting, - 1996
Pro Bono Activities
- Coordinator, Metro North Railroad Labor Coalition, 1983 - 2003
- President, Thimble Islands Ferry District, 2011 - Present
- Trustee and Vice President of Board of Trustees, Hopkins School, New Haven, Connecticut, 1994 - 2004
- Elected Member, Board Selectmen, Town of Woodbridge, CT, 1997 - 2001
- IBEW - Railroad Division
- Qui Tam Relators
- Injured Railroad Workers
- Charles C. Goetsch (Partner)
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405 Orange Street New Haven, CT 06511
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm; Saturday - Sunday: Closed
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