Washington, D.C., April 1, 2022 – Earth & Water Law, LLC (E&W Law) announced today the addition of Charles Case to the partnership. Charles has nearly 45 years of experience in environmental and administrative law, with the majority of his work involving North Carolina and other states in the Southeast. Charles’ practice has included work on water and air pollution, waste and property
remediation, toxic substances and hazardous chemicals, water allocation, environmental policy statutes such as NEPA, and other environmental compliance and administrative law issues.
“I am thrilled to welcome Charles Case as E&W’s newest partner,” said Brent Fewell, Founder
and Chair of E&W Law. “Charles has demonstrated the highest levels of commitment and service to his clients, making him an excellent addition to our firm.” “I am excited to join E&W’s outstanding group of environmental, health and safety practitioners,” said Case. Case’s work in private practice has
included the representation of companies and other business entities, industry associations,
educational institutions, and various governmental agencies. An active alumnus of NC State University, Charles has served on numerous university committees, including the University’s Board of Visitors. He has also served as Member and past Chair of the Foundation of the NC State College of Sciences, as well as a member of the Advisory Board to the College of Engineering’s Industrial Extension Service. He served as an OSHA Hearing Officer and as
Adjunct Professor at Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law teaching
Environmental Law, and Agriculture and Food Law. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., E&W Law offers its clients a unique business model with the experience and skill of a traditional law firm, but without the costly overhead. The firm offers expertise that lies at the intersection of legal and strategic business counseling, help its clients stay ahead of the ever-growing legal and regulatory challenges facing all companies, regardless of their size or location. Charles received his B.S. in Physics from N.C. State University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he also served as an instructor in Information Resources and Public Policy. For a full bio and list of accomplishments, please visit the E&W Law website.