CHARLES E. LOHMEYER
Charles is an associate at Skipper Law and focuses his practice on labor
and employment law with a focus on Federal labor and employment law.
Charles was an attorney with the federal government for almost 18 years.
Just prior to joining Skipper Law Charles was a senior attorney with the
United States Department of Transportation. His practice areas focused
on labor, employment, and civil rights law. He also reviewed Freedom of
Information/Privacy Act requests and appeals, conducted investigations
forwarded from the Office of the Inspector General, reviewed government
contracts, and reviewed potential ethics law violations during his time
as a federal government attorney.
Charles is also a retired Army JAG officer. During his time in the Army,
he served as a prosecutor for three years and as a defense counsel for
seven years litigating cases involving rape, child abuse, sexual harassment,
drug use, larceny, black marketing, and other military crimes. He also
served in positions where he advised on and litigating cases involving
the Federal Torts Claims Act, the Freedom of Information Act, international
law, ethics, and the law of war.
Charles graduated Magna Cum Laude from Franklin Pierce College in Ridge,
NH, with a major in Business Management; from Antioch University in Keene,
NH, with a Master’s degree in Organizational Management; and from
Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, VA. Charles is admitted
to practice law in the states/commonwealth of Maryland, Virginia, and
North Carolina, and is also admitted to the United States Supreme Court,
the U.S. District for the Eastern District of Virginia, the Court of Appeals
for the Armed Forces, and the Army Court of Criminal Appeal.