Charles W. Loeb, Jr.|
500 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV 25301-3202
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Charles W. Loeb, Jr., joined the Firm in 1986 and leads the Firm's Commercial Law Practice Group. Mr. Loeb's practice focuses on corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, economic development projects, banking and general commercial matters. Mr. Loeb is experienced in coal and other energy acquisition and financing transactions, hotel and other commercial real estate development projects, and representing clients in multi‑state secured financing transactions. In addition, his practice involves working with state and local economic development agencies in connections with projects throughout West Virginia. According to the 2011 edition of Chambers USA, Mr. Loeb was noted by sources for possessing a "breadth of knowledge" across commercial and real estate issues. Sources also said he has an "excellent ability to turn things around."
Mr. Loeb is involved in a number of community organizations and serves on the Boards of The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation, on which he serves as Chairman; the CAMC Foundation and the Charleston Area Alliance. Mr. Loeb is a former At‑Large member of the Charleston City Council and served in such capacity from 1995 until 2007. During his tenure, he served as the Majority Leader of the Charleston City Council (1999‑2007), as member and Vice Chairman of the City Council's Finance Committee, Committee on Urban Renewal, and as Chairman of the City Council's Rules and Ordinance Committee and Streetscape Committee. He is also a former Chairman of the Board of the Board of Directors of the Charles M. Avampato Discovery Museum, and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Clay Center of West Virginia, Charleston Renaissance Corporation, the Kanawha County Library Foundation and the Charleston Chamber Music Society.
In 1989, Mr. Loeb served as counsel to the West Virginia Senate Committee on Small Business and as counsel to the Senate's Ways and Means Committee. Mr. Loeb graduated with honors from Yale University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. He received his Juris Doctor in 1982 from the University of Virginia School of Law.