Charles  Popp

Charles Popp

Offices: New York

Charlie Popp joined Russo & Gould after serving as a judicial clerk with the Office of Legal Research of the Connecticut Superior Court. During his clerkship, Charlie gained experience over a wide range of matters including real estate transactions, contract disputes, medical malpractice suits, derivative actions, and administrative appeals.

Charlie attended CUNY Law School where he was a member of the Defenders Clinic, Law Review, and Moot Court. While in law school, Charlie interned with the Legal Aid Society's Criminal Defense Practice across several practice areas including Legal Aid's Criminal Appeals Bureau, Wrongful Convictions Unit, and Bronx Trial Office.

City University of New York School of Law, J.D., 2022
University of Maryland, B.A., History 2011
CUNY Law Review Staff Editor, Moot Court Member
New York

News Insights

June 10, 2024

Anthony Milone Wins Unanimous Verdict

Associate Attorney, Anthony J. Milone, Esq. was awarded a unanimous defense verdict in the matter of Jose Barreto v. Wei Zhao, Index No. 505995/2019, venued in the Supreme Court of Kings County, State of New York and tried before Judge Richard Velasquez in a damages-only summary jury trial.

May 8, 2024

Jennifer Cheong Successfully Obtained Dismissal for a New Jersey Commercial Client

Senior Associate Jennifer Cheong successfully obtained summary judgment on behalf of Russo & Gould''s client, a commercial tenant in Newark, NJ. The suit was filed by a pedestrian plaintiff alleging severe personal injuries, including hip surgery, and damages arising out of a trip and fall incident due to an alleged defect in the abutting public sidewalk. It was alleged that our client was responsible for maintenance and repair of the loss location.

April 30, 2024

Bring Your Child to Work Day at Russo & Gould

Russo & Gould held "Bring your Child to Work Day" by welcoming Matthew, Aiden, Colin, and Sean to sit in as jurors on a mock trial and pizza luncheon. They just might be arguing cases for our firm in the not-too-distant future.